Multi-quantum quadrupole relaxation enhancement effects in 209Bi compounds

D Kruk, E Umut, Elzbieta Masiewicz, R Fischer, H Scharfetter

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1H spin-lattice nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation experiments have been performed for triphenylbismuth dichloride (C18H15BiCl2) and phenylbismuth dichloride (C6H5BiCl2) in powder. The frequency range of 20-128 MHz has been covered. Due to 1H-209Bi dipole-dipole interactions, a rich set of pronounced Quadrupole Relaxation Enhancement (QRE) peaks (quadrupole peaks) has been observed. The QRE patterns for both compounds have been explained in terms of single- and double-quantum transitions of the participating nuclei. The analysis has revealed a complex, quantum-mechanical mechanism of the QRE effects. The mechanism goes far beyond the simple explanation of the existence of three quadrupole peaks for 14N reported in literature. The analysis has been supported by nuclear quadrupole resonance results that independently provided the 209Bi quadrupole parameters (amplitude of the quadrupole coupling constant and asymmetry parameter).

Original languageEnglish
Article number184309
Pages (from-to)184309
JournalThe journal of chemical physics
Volume150
Issue number18
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 14 May 2019

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Multi-quantum quadrupole relaxation enhancement effects in 209Bi compounds. / Kruk, D; Umut, E; Masiewicz, Elzbieta; Fischer, R; Scharfetter, H.

In: The journal of chemical physics, Vol. 150, No. 18, 184309, 14.05.2019, p. 184309.

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