27Al AND 11B NQR OF CERAMIC MATERIALS

Authors
  1. Connor, C.
  2. Chang, J-W.
  3. Pines, A.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Pacific, Victoria BC (CAN);California Univ, Berkeley CA (US) Lawrence Berkeley Lab;California Univ, Berkeley CA (US) Dept of Chemistry
Abstract
The study of advanced materials is an area of critical importance in defence research. Among the many techniques available to study these materials, NMR spectroscopy has proven very useful, especially in work on non-crystalline materials. In particular, solid state NMR is widely used to study the molecular structure and dynamics of organic solids such as polymers. This widespread usage is largely due to the extremely successful cross polarization-magic angle spinning (CP-MAS) experiment, applied to 13C nuclei. This technique effectively solves the problems of low sensitivity, long relaxation times, and broad lines due to reduced molecular motion in the solid state.
Report Number
DRES-SP-142-P-108 — @Paper presented at the NMR in Defence Sciences 1990 Symposium, Ralston, Alberta, Canada, 10-12 October 1990; CONTAINED IN 91-03239
Date of publication
15 May 1991
Number of Pages
11 (p108-118)
DSTKIM No
91-03229
CANDIS No
70420
Format(s):
Microfiche filmed at DSIS;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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