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Default Effect of heavy atoms on photochemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization in liquids

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Effect of heavy atoms on photochemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization in liquids

Okuno, Y. and S. Cavagnero, Effect of heavy atoms on photochemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization in liquids. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2018. 286: p. 172-187.


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...90780717302938


Given its short hyperpolarization time (~10-6 s) and mostly non-perturbative nature, photo-chemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization (photo-CIDNP) is a powerful tool for sensitivity enhancement in nuclear magnetic resonance. In this study, we explore the extent of 1H-detected 13C nuclear hyperpolarization that can be gained via photo-CIDNP in the presence of small-molecule additives containing a heavy atom. The underlying rationale for this methodology is the well-known external-heavy-atom (EHA) effect, which leads to significant enhancements in the intersystem-crossing rate of selected photosensitizer dyes from photoexcited singlet to triplet. We exploited the EHA effect upon addition of moderate amounts of halogen-atom-containing cosolutes. The resulting increase in the transient triplet-state population of the photo-CIDNP sensitizer fluorescein resulted in a significant increase in the nuclear hyperpolarization achievable via photo-CIDNP in liquids. We also explored the internal-heavy-atom (IHA) effect, which is mediated by halogen atoms covalently incorporated into the photosensitizer dye. Widely different outcomes were achieved in the case of EHA and IHA, with EHA being largely preferable in terms of net hyperpolarization.








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