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S.F. Dec; C.E. Bronnimann; R.A. Wind and G.E. Maciel, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 82, 454 (1989).
1H NMR spectra are reported on eight representative solid samples, including pure powdered crystalline samples, synthetic organic polymers, a silica gel, HY zeolite, and a lignite. Spectra were obtained by the following three approaches: (1) single pulse on a static sample, (2) CRAMPS, and (3) single pulse with magic-angle spinning (MAS-only). The MAS-only results were obtained as a function of MAS speed. Although the MAS-only technique is capable of achieving a significant degree of line narrowing, even with modest MAS speeds, MAS-only spectra of the general quality of the apparently undistorted high-resolution 1H spectra obtained by the CRAMPS technique are not obtained at the highest MAS speeds examined (21 kHz for a polymethylmethacrylate sample), unless the 1H-1H dipolar interactions in the sample are rather weak, as with silica gel or a zeolite. Thus, caution should be exercised in interpreting 1H MAS-only spectra, especially if CRAMPS results are not available as a calibration.
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