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DATE

1993

AUTHORS

D. M. Rice

ABSTRACT

The development of deuteron NMR for the characterization of the segmental dynamics and orientation of polymers has taken place during just over the last decade. The particular technological advance that allowed this development was the availability of high-speed (greater than 1 MHz) signal averagers and economical high-power pulse amplifiers, which have made it possible to obtain the broad deuterium, Fourier transform lineshapes associated with crystalline materials and amorphous materials below their glass transition temperature, Tg. Much of the early development of deuteron NMR methods for materials research took place in the laboratory of Spiess and co-workers in the early 1980s [1–4]. There is also a large parallel literature involving the use of deuteron NMR for the study of biopolymers [5, 6], and biomembranes [7], areas which are also certainly important, but beyond the purposes of this review. A comprehensive review of early applications in materials research was presented in 1986 by Jelinski [9]. At that time, the field was described as at ‘an early stage of development’. In the intervening years, the technical ability to obtain a deuteron quadrupole echo lineshape has become more commonplace and nearly all commercial instrument vendors offer some type of deuterium ‘wide-line’ option. More... »

PAGES

275-307

Book

TITLE

NMR Spectroscopy of Polymers

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978-94-010-4952-8
978-94-011-2150-7

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