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Pushing the limits of sensitivity and resolution for natural abundance 43Ca NMR using ultra-high magnetic field (35.2 T)

Abstract : Natural abundance 43Ca solid state NMR experiments are reported for the first time at ultra-high magnetic field (35.2 T) on a series of Ca-(pyro)phosphate and Ca-oxalate materials, which are of biological relevance in relation to biomineralization processes and the formation of pathological calcifications. The significant gain in both sensitivity and resolution at 35.2 T leads to unprecedented insight into the structure of both crystalline and amorphous phases.
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Christian Bonhomme, Xiaoling Wang, Ivan Hung, Zhehong Gan, Christel Gervais, et al.. Pushing the limits of sensitivity and resolution for natural abundance 43Ca NMR using ultra-high magnetic field (35.2 T). Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018, 54 (69), pp.9591-9594. ⟨10.1039/c8cc05193c⟩. ⟨hal-01861127⟩

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