Chemisty Chemical Physics has announced that the Canadian Society for
Chemistry (CSC) is now one of its co-owner societies. To celebrate this new
partnership, PCCP has created a collection of 25
top cited articles from authors based in Canada to showcase some of the
great Canadian research published in PCCP. Five
articles on this list are from Canadian solid-state NMR research groups, including
four papers enabled by the National Ultrahigh-Field NMR Facility for Solids.
Widdifield and D.L. Bryce, "Crystallographic Structure Refinement
with Quadrupolar Nuclei: a Combined Solid-State NMR and GIPAW DFT Example
Using MgBr2," Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11
(2009) 7120-7122. http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b911448n
Brouwer, S. Alavi and J.A. Ripmeester, "NMR Crystallography of
p-tert-Butylcalixarene Host-Guest Complexes Using 1H Complexation-Induced
Chemical Shifts," Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 10
(2008) 3857-3860. (Cover Article) http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b805326j
O'Dell and R.W. Schurko, "Static solid-state 14N NMR and computational
studies of nitrogen EFG tensors in some crystalline amino acids,"
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11 (2009) 7069-7077.
Cadars, D.H. Brouwer and B.F. Chmelka, "Probing local structures
of siliceous zeolite frameworks by solid-state NMR and first-principles
calculations of 29SiO29Si scalar couplings," Physical
Chemistry Chemical Physics
11 (2009) 1825-1837. http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b815361b
Forgeron and R.E. Wasylishen, "Molybdenum magnetic shielding
and quadrupolar tensors for a series of molybdate salts: a solid-state
95Mo NMR study," Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 10
Dear NMR enthusiasts,
You are all invited to attend and participate at the 22nd edition of the MOOT mini NMR symposium in Ottawa. The event will be held 17-18 October 2009 at the Chemistry Department, Carleton University.
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