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With our 1.3 mm magic angle spinning (MAS) probe we can spin powder samples at speeds of up to 60 kHz. This leads to much narrower spectral linewidths for nuclei such as 1H, allowing individual hydrogen sites to be resolved as in the glycine spectra shown here.
We will use this probe to carry out high-resolution two-dimensional solid-state experiments such as HMQC, which shows correlations between 1H and other nuclei such as 13C or 14N.
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