Alexander Marchione - Gas-phase NMR for Chemical Reaction Kinetics

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  A. A.   Marchione, D. C. Roe, and P. J. Krusic. "Gas-phase NMR for   Chemical Reaction Kinetics" in Encyclopedia of Magnetic   Resonance, eds-in-chief R. K. Harris and R. E. Wasylishen, John   Wiley: Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470034590.emrstm1184.   Published online 15th September 2010.


  NMR experiments in the gas phase are a unique and versatile tool   for the study of chemical reaction kinetics, particularly at   elevated temperature. 1H and 19F-detected   experiments at temperatures from ambient to over 300° C and   pressures from 0.05 to 10 atm or more have proven successful in   elucidating a variety of chemistries in both homogeneous and   heterogeneous systems. This article covers the various   experimental approaches and limitations of the technique and   surveys some of the reaction systems that have been studied by   it.

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