Antimony-121 and antimony-123 NMR

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Isotope Spin Natural abundance (%) Quadrupole moment (10-30m2) Relative sensitivity Absolute sensitivity NMR frequency (MHz) at a field of 2.3488T Reference sample
Sb-121 5/2 57.25 -36.0 0.16 9.16E-2 -23.930 KSbCl6
Sb-123 7/2 42.75 -49.0 4.57E-2 1.95E-2 -12.959

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