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Default Dynamic nuclear polarization in solid samples by electrical-discharge-induced radicals

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Dynamic nuclear polarization in solid samples by electrical-discharge-induced radicals


Katz, I. and A. Blank, Dynamic nuclear polarization in solid samples by electrical-discharge-induced radicals. J Magn Reson, 2015. 261: p. 95-100.


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26547016


Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) is a method for enhancing nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) signals that has many potential applications in chemistry and medicine. Traditionally, DNP signal enhancement is achieved through the use of exogenous radicals mixed in a solution with the molecules of interest. Here we show that proton DNP signal enhancements can be obtained for solid samples without the use of solvent and exogenous radicals. Radicals are generated primarily on the surface of a solid sample using electrical discharges. These radicals are found suitable for DNP. They are stable under moderate vacuum conditions, yet readily annihilate upon compound dissolution or air exposure. This feature makes them attractive for use in medical applications, where the current variety of radicals used for DNP faces regulatory problems. In addition, this solvent-free method may be found useful for analytical NMR of solid samples which cannot tolerate solvents, such as certain pharmaceutical products.


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