DQ Solomon echo nutation NMR
applied to a crystal:
JDK1.1.8 applet

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AIM: Determination of the quadrupole coupling from a featureless NMR lineshape

Launch the DQ Solomon echo applet with Java Web Start.

Double-quantum filtered Solomon echo sequence with pulse lengths p1 and p2 for nutation NMR

In order to cancel the FID of the central transition following the second pulse, we should apply the double-quantum (DQ) filtered Solomon echo sequence. The duration tau2 between the two pulses must be shorter than the duration of the FID of the central transition. Solomon echoes are satellite-transition signals. Due to phase cycling, only the DQ transitions between non-consecutive energy levels generated by the first pulse are converted back to -1Q coherences as echoes of satellite transitions by the second pulse. In contrast to the other echo experiments, Solomon echoes are observed in the two channels in quadrature phase of the receiver. The observation of these echoes requires the optimization of the two pulse-lengths p1 and p2.

IMAGE: Parameters for the simulation of DQ Solomon echo amplitudes in nutation NMR

The echo amplitudes in this experiment are a product of two functions: the excitation function A(p1) that depends on p1 and the conversion function B(p2) that depends on p2. In fact, due to phase cycling, the excitation function A(p1) is a sum of two coherences generated by the first pulse.

The left part of the simulation panel indicates the physical parameters. It is preset for a typical experiment on a spin I = 3/2. You can introduce your own values.

In the upper choice box, 2-Quantum means DQ filtered pulse sequence. There is no other item in this choice box.

First, with the lower choice box we select one of the two types of calculation:
(1) A(p1)B(): the echo amplitude with p1 variable and p2 constant;
(2) A()B(p2): the echo amplitude with p1 constant and p2 variable.

When a pulse length is constant, it should be provided in the MinLength field.

MinLength: the first variable pulse-length in µs

MaxLength: the last variable pulse-length in µs

Step: the increment of the variable pulse-length in µs

Then, we select the nature of the echo and its position with the two choice boxes above the RUN button. Since echoes are detected in the two channels in quadrature of the receiver, after pressing the RUN button we use the check buttons to choose the real or the imaginary parts of the echo amplitude.

IMAGE: Panel for the selections of NMR transition and Solomon echo position

The following applet is initialized for the satellite echo amplitude A()B(p1) of a spin I = 3/2 in a single crystal; this echo is located at tau4 = tau2, where p1 = 5 µs and p2 increases from 0 to 10 µs by 0.5 µs step. The experimental line intensities are identical to the simulated ones.

Help for selecting all the simulated data of the line intensity text area in a JDK1.1.8 applet.

Solid-state NMR bibliography for:

Aluminum-27
Antimony-121/123
Arsenic-75
Barium-135/137
Beryllium-9
Bismuth-209
Boron-11
Bromine-79/81
Calcium-43
Cesium-133
Chlorine-35/37
Chromium-53
Cobalt-59
Copper-63/65
Deuterium-2
Gallium-69/71
Germanium-73
Gold-197
Hafnium-177/179
Indium-113/115
Iodine-127
Iridium-191/193
Krypton-83
Lanthanum-139
Lithium-7
Magnesium-25
Manganese-55
Mercury-201
Molybdenum-95/97
Neon-21
Nickel-61
Niobium-93
Nitrogen-14
Osmium-189
Oxygen-17
Palladium-105
Potassium-39/41
Rhenium-185/187
Rubidium-85/87
Ruthenium-99/101
Scandium-45
Sodium-23
Strontium-87
Sulfur-33
Tantalum-181
Titanium-47/49
Vanadium-51
Xenon-131
Zinc-67
Zirconium-91
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