High-field NMR spectroelectrochemistry of spinning solutions: simultaneous in situ detection of electrogenerated species in a standard probe under potentiostatic control
This report summarizes the design and performance of the first practicable in situ electrogenerative high-field solution-NMR cell, designed for simultaneous NMR spectroelectrochemistry in a conventional 10- or 16-mm 300 MHz probe. The axially symmetric three-electrode assembly is stationary and self-aligning. It dips into a standard spinning 10-mm sample tube and is adapted for convenient operation in any commercial high-field, multi-nuclear, variable-temperature FT NMR spectrometer. The...[Show more]
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