|Simple modeling of dipolar coupled 7^Li spins and stimulated-echo spectroscopy of single-crystalline ß-eucryptite
|Stimulated-echo spectroscopy has recently been applied to study the ultra-slow dynamics of nuclear spin-3/2 probes such as 7^Li and 9^Be in solids. Apart from the dominant first-order quadrupolar interaction in the present article also the impact of the homonuclear dipolar interactions is considered in a simple way: the time evolution of a dipole coupled pair of spins with I=3/2 is calculated in an approximation, which takes into account that the satellite transitions usually do not overlap. Explicit analytical expressions describing various aspects of a coupled quadrupolar pair subjected to a Jeener–Broekaert pulse sequence are derived. Extensions to larger spin systems are also briefly discussed. These results are compared with experimental data on a single-crystalline Li ion conductor.
|Nuclear magnetic resonance
Stimulated spin echoes
|Qi, F.; Diezemann, G.; Böhm, H.; Lambert, J.; Böhmer, R.: Simple modeling of dipolar coupled 7^Li spins and stimulated-echo spectroscopy of single-crystalline ß-eucryptite. In: Journal of Magnetic Resonance Nr. 2, Jg. 169(2004), S. 225-239, doi: 10.1016/j.jmr.2004.04.018.
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