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Z-filter MQ-MAS

Amoureux and coworkers introduced the z-filter approach to MQMAS experiment. It symmetrizes the coherence transfer pathways of both echo and anti-echo signals.

It acquires the echo and anti-echo signals with the same intensity. Therefore, z-filter approach is an amplitude-modulated sequence, which provides us with a pure absorption 2D lineshape.

The delay tau is of order of few microseconds. The third pulse is a selective pi/2 pulse for the central transition.

Z-filter MQMAS sequence

The echo amplitude and the antiecho amplitude have the same sign.

For a spin I = 3/2 and 3QMAS experiment,

0Q -> +3Q -> +0Q -> -1Q is the anti-echo pathway,

0Q -> -3Q -> +0Q -> -1Q is the echo pathway.

For the other half-integer spins and 3QMAS experiment,

0Q -> +3Q -> +0Q -> -1Q is the echo pathway,

0Q -> -3Q -> +0Q -> -1Q is the anti-echo pathway.

ACQUISITION: Hyper-complex or TPPI

Shearing transformation is required to obtain 2D isotropic (in F1 dimension) anisotropic (in the F2 dimension) correlation spectrum.

 

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