Sulfur-33 NMR

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Isotope Spin Natural
Quadrupole moment
NMR frequency (MHz)
at a field of 2.3488T
S-33 3/2 0.76 -6.78 2.26E-3 1.72E-5 -7.670 (NH4)2SO4
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Solid-state sulfur NMR references

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