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Solid-State NMR by Paul Hodgkinson, Robin K. Harris, David C. Apperley

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APPENDIX D

INTRODUCTION TO SOLID-STATE NMR SIMULATION

The quantitative analysis of solid-state NMR experiments often requires the simulation of NMR data, for example fitting a set of spinning sidebands to anisotropy parameters, as discussed in section 8.2.3. Simulations are invaluable when developing more complex experiments to verify that the NMR response will be as expected.

This section sets out the general principles involved in the numerical simulation of solid-state NMR experiments and the various parameters involved. Simulation programs (a number of which are listed at the end of this appendix) come in a variety of forms: some are specialized for particular tasks, for example sideband analysis, while others are more general, but the ...

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