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Default How to reference indirect dimensions in Topspin?

How to reference indirect dimensions in Topspin?

Hello, When I process 3d data on topspin with the ft3d command, I get the three-dimensional spectra, but the chemical shifts of the the indirect third dimension are not right (even though the sr parameter is correct) We do 3d ncc experiments on proteins (solid-state NMR). Anyone does 3d data processing on tospin and it actually works?



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