Solid State NMR Theory
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The Floquet-Magnus Expansion (FME) is an extension of the popular Magnus Expansion and Average Hamiltonian Theory (AHT). It aims to bridge the AHT to the Floquet Theorem but in more more concise and efficient formalism. Calculations can then be perfomred in a finite-dimensional Hilbert space instead of an unfinite dimensional space  within the so-called Floquet theory. It is expected that the FME will provide means for more accurate and efficient Spin dynamics simulation and for devising new RF pulse sequence.

 

References

  • Introduction of the Floquet-Magnus expansion in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Journal of Chemical Physics 2011
     
  • Efficient theory of dipolar recoupling in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance of rotating solids using Floquet-Magnus expansion, Application on BABA and C7 radiofrequency pulse sequences, Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 2011
     
  • Nuclear Spin dynamics using time-dependent projections operators: application to the saturation of dipolar order in slowly rotating sample, Journal of Chemical Physics 2007.

 

 

Maj : 23/10/2013 (1913)

 

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