Xenon-131 NMR




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Isotope Spin Natural
abundance(%)
Quadrupole moment
(10-30m2)
Relative
sensitivity
Absolute
sensitivity
NMR frequency (MHz)
at a field of 2.3488T
Reference
sample
Xe-129 1/2 26.44 0 2.12E-2 5.60E-3 27.66 Xe gas
Xe-131 3/2 21.18 -11.4 2.76E-3 5.84E-4 -8.199
Xe-129 1/2 26.44 0 2.12E-2 5.60E-3 27.810 XeOF4
Xe-131 3/2 21.18 -11.4 2.76E-3 5.84E-4 -8.243

Directory of solid-state Xe-131 NMR references
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Crystalline Powder
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Amorphous Powder

Solid-state xenon NMR references

  1. Karl F. Stupic, Zackary I. Cleveland, Galina E. Pavlovskaya, and Thomas Meersmann
    Hyperpolarized 131Xe NMR spectroscopy,
    J. Magn. Reson. 208, 58-69 (2011).
    Abstract
     
  2. M. A. M. Forgeron, R. E. Wasylishen, M. Gerken, G. J. Schrobilgen
    Solid-state 129Xe and 131Xe NMR study of the perxenate anion XeO64-,
    Inorg. Chem. 46, 3585-3592 (2007).
    roderick.wasylishen@ualberta.ca
     
  3. X. X. Li, C. Newberry, I. Saha, P. Nikolaou, N. Whiting, B. M. Goodson
    Interactions between xenon and phospholipid bicelles studied by 2H/129Xe/131Xe NMR and optical pumping of nuclear spins,
    Chem. Phys. Lett. 419, 233-239 (2006).
    bgoodson@chem.siu.edu
     
  4. C. F. M. Clewett and T. Pietraß
    129Xe and 131Xe NMR of gas adsorption on single- and multi-walled carbon nanotubes,
    J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 17907-17912 (2005).
    tanja@nmt.edu
     
  5. Y. Millot, P. P. Man, M.-A. Springuel-Huet, and J. Fraissard
    Quantification of electric-field gradients in the supercage of HY, steam-dealuminated Y and lanthanum-exchanged Y zeolites by 129Xe and 131Xe NMR of physisorbed xenon gas (PDF article, 247 Kb),
    Proceedings: 14th International Zeolite Conference, Eds. E. van Steen et al., 1400-1405 (2004).
    ymillot@ccr.jussieu.fr
     
  6. Y. Millot, P. P. Man, M.-A. Springuel-Huet, and J. Fraissard
    Quantification of electric-field gradient in the supercage of Y zeolites with 131Xe (I = 3/2) NMR (PDF article, 133 Kb),
    C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, Chimie 4, 815-818 (2001).
    pm@ccr.jussieu.fr
     
  7. Y. Millot, P. P. Man, M.-A. Springuel-Huet, and J. Fraissard
    Quantification of electric-field gradients in the supercage of Y zeolites by comparing the chemical shifts of 131-Xe (I = 3/2) and 129-Xe (I = 1/2) (PDF article, 80 Kb),
    Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. 135, 2341-2344 (2001).
     
  8. Y. Millot and P. P. Man
    Determination of quadrupole parameters with a composite pulse for spurious signal suppression (PDF article, 127 Kb),
    J. Magn. Reson. 150, 10-16 (2001).
     
  9. I. L. Moudrakovski, C. I. Ratcliffe, and J. A. Ripmeester
    131Xe, a new NMR probe of void space in solids,
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 123, 2066-2067 (2001).
     
  10. J. A. Jones and A. Pines
    Geometric dephasing in zero-field magnetic resonance,
    J. Chem. Phys. 106, 3007-3016 (1997).
    jones@bioch.ox.ac.uk
     
  11. G. Saba, M. Casu, and A. Lai
    Application of quadrupolar 131Xe-NMR relaxation to the study of macromolecular systems,
    Int. J. Quantum. Chem. 59, 343-348 (1996).
     
  12. G. Cho, L. B. Moran, and J. P. Yesinowski
    129Xe and 131Xe NMR of xenon on silica surfaces at 77K,
    Appl. Magn. Reson. 8, 549-572 (1995).
     

Related bibliography

  1. Q. Wen and W. Jäger
    Rotational spectra of the Xe-(H2O)2 van der Waals trimer: Xenon as a probe of electronic structure and dynamics,
    J. Phys. Chem. A 111, 2093-2097 (2007).
    wolfgang.jaeger@ualberta.ca
     
 

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