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School of Chemistry > Magnetic Resonance" and Year is 2022

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Direct production of a hyperpolarized metabolite on a microfluidic chip - Sylwia, Joanna Barker, Laurynas Dagys, William G Hale, Barbara H Ripka, James Eills, Manvendra Sharma, Malcolm H. Levitt and Marcel Utz
Type: Article | 2022

Theory and simulation framework for the relaxation of nuclear spin order in porous media - Topaz A. A. Cartlidge, Thomas B. R. Robertson, Marcel Utz and Giuseppe Pileio
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

Comparative study of the analysis of seized samples by GC-MS, H-1 NMR and FT-IR spectroscopy within a Night-Time Economy (NTE) setting - David Dixon, Lysbeth Antonides, Andrew Costello, Benjamin Crane, Arran Embleton, Mark Fletcher, Nicolas Gilbert, Matthew Hulme, Molly James, Michael Lever, Conner Maccallum, Molly Millea, Jessica Pimlott, Thomas Robertson, Nathan Rudge, Christopher Schofield, Filip Zukowicz, Kate Kemsley, Oliver Sutcliffe and Ryan Mewis
Type: Article | 2022

The ABC transporter MsbA adopts the wide inward-open conformation in E. coli cells - Laura Galazzo, Gianmarco Meier, Dovile Januliene, Kristian Parey, Dario De Vecchis, Bianca Striednig, Hubert Hilbi, Lars V. Schäfer, Ilya Kuprov, Arne Moeller, Enrica Bordignon and Markus A. Seeger
Type: Article | 2022

Synthesis and 83Kr NMR spectroscopy of Kr@C60 - Gabriela Hoffman, George R. Bacanu, Elizabeth Marsden, Mark Walkey, Mohamed Sabba, Sally Bloodworth, Graham J. Tizzard, Malcolm H. Levitt and Richard J. Whitby
Type: Article | 2022

Terahertz spectroscopy of the helium endofullerene He@C60 - Tanzeeha Jafari, George Razvan Bacanu, Anna Shugai, Urmas Nagel, Mark Walkey, Gabriela Hoffman, Malcolm H. Levitt, Richard J. Whitby and Toomas Rõõm
Type: Article | 2022

Weak nuclear spin singlet relaxation mechanisms revealed by experiment and computation’ - Boris Kharkov, Xueyou Duan, Jyrki JS Rantaharju, Mohamed Sabba, Malcolm H. Levitt, James W. Canary and Alexej Jerschow
Type: Article | 2022

31P spin-lattice and singlet order relaxation mechanisms in pyrophosphate studied by isotopic substitution, field shuttling NMR, and molecular dynamics simulation - David E. Korenchan, Jiaqi Lu, Mohamed Sabba, Laurynas Dagys, Lynda J. Brown, Malcolm H. Levitt and Alexej Jerschow
Type: Article | 2022

Toroidal optical transitions in hydrogen-like atoms - Ilya Kuprov, David Wilkowski and Nikolai Zheludev
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Dataset | 2022 | University of Southampton

Type: Book Section | 2022 | Royal Society of Chemistry | Item not available on this server.

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Lecture 2: spin - Giuseppe Pileio
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Fully automated characterization of protein-peptide binding by microfluidic 2D NMR - Marek Plata, Manvendra Sharma, Marcel Utz and Jörn M. Werner
Type: Article | 2022

Rapid SABRE catalyst scavenging using functionalized silicas - Thomas Robertson, Leon Clarke and Ryan Mewis
Type: Article | 2022

Microfluidic NMR for in situ culture and metabolomic analysis of hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines - Evie Rogers, Sylwia Barker, Manvendra Sharma, Bishnubrata Patra, Salim Khakoo and Marcel Utz
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2022 | The Printing House

Symmetry-based singlet-triplet excitation in solution nuclear magnetic resonance - Mohamed Sabba, Nino Wili, Christian Bengs, James W. Whipham, Lynda J. Brown and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2022

Efficient state-symmetric beamsplitters and mirrors for atom interferometers using optimized pulses - Jack Saywell, Max Carey, Nikolaos Dedes, Ilya Kuprov and Tim Freegarde
Type: Article | 2022

Tuning of pH enables carbon-13 hyperpolarization of oxalates by SABRE - Soumya Singha roy, Wissam Iali, Gamal Moustafa and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Review | 2022

Type: Dataset | 2022 | University of Southampton

Cross-correlation effects in the solution NMR spectra of near equivalent spin-1/2 pairs - James Whipham, Gamal Moustafa, Mohamed Sabba, Weidong Gong, Christian Bengs and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2022

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