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Default Ultra High-Resolution NMR: Sustained Induction Decays of Long-Lived Coherences

Ultra High-Resolution NMR: Sustained Induction Decays of Long-Lived Coherences

Aure?lien Bornet, Sami Jannin, J. A. (Ton) Konter, Patrick Hautle, Ben van den Brandt and Geoffrey Bodenhausen



Journal of the American Chemical Society
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