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Core Structure of Nanocrystals Platinum nanoparticles Pt NP have a broad array of applica- tions in proton-exchange-membrane fuel cells, heterogeneous catalysts, nanomedicine etc. Achieving a uniform broadband excitation for these ultrawide patterns in the cur- rent setup of an NMR instrument is sometimes challenging.

In a recent report, Rees et al. Compared with conventional variable-offset cumulative frequency-stepping technique or the spin echo height spectros- copy method, the FSFT method allows a more accurate recon- struction of the Pt NMR pattern with improved resolution and also full automation.

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The authors deconvoluted the Pt pattern based on a cubo-octahedral model: the signal from the core and four sub-surface layers can be discerned due to their different degrees of Knight shift and local bonding symmetry. The Pt spin—lattice relaxation time T1 may also be used to evaluate the conduction-band structure. Well-dispersed Pt nanoparticles about 1.

Reproduced with permis- sion. A number of studies have been car- facet sites, according to their chemical shifts.

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Kui Yu and 14 of 38 wileyonlinelibrary. In a cross-polarization experiment, surface cadmium atoms obtain signal enhancement versus the core atoms, while in a direct- 4. Bonding of the Surface Ligands polarization experiment, the relative intensity is proportional to the molar ratio.

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Recently Strouse and co-workers[] used 77Se Ligands are inseparable compartments of the nanoparticles NMR to study the surface-to-volume ratio of selenium atoms and they determine the reactivity, stability and solubility of the in CdSe QDs sized from 3 nm to 7 nm. They found that the nanoparticles.


A number of studies have been carried out in ratio agrees with the spherically truncated Wurtzite structure solution to investigate the chemistry of surface ligands bonded model expected for QDs with diameters smaller than 4 nm. SSNMR is Due to the relatively low natural abundance and low sur- able to resolve the signals of interfacial species via magic-angle face concentration, the acquisition of surface 13C, Cd, or spinning and precisely target the interactions among multiple 77Se signals could be challenging or time-consuming for components.

Dynamics nuclear polariza- Berrettini et al. This enhancement is crucial in detecting rare the CdSe QDs surface.

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  • They observed that both the proton surface species and defects, and it is in particular helpful for signals of the HDA and the thiophenol correlate with the sophisticated 2D experiments. These of DNP relies on the homogeneous dispersion of a radical correlations demonstrated that both ligands bind to cadmium agent in the sample to achieve efficient polarization transfer atoms on the QDs surface. Recently Piv- ment, a correlation of the surface selenium with the hydro- eteau et al. Based on the neity of the QD—radical mixture in the matrix of mesoporous observations, the authors proposed a configuration of HDA at SiO2.

    Using this method, they were able to get a high DNP the QD surface Figure 20 in which the amine group of the enhancement factor of 80 Figure On QDs after they were exposed to ambient air. Tellurium oxide the contrary, the authors found no tilting of the thiophenol species were observed in the Te spectra of PbTe QDs, while molecules. For the methylenes at the middle of lation of the carboxyl carbon with the surface cadmium was the octadecanethiol C18 chain, the 13C signals change from observed.

    This provides direct evidence for the existence of Without DNP, a surface ligands. This suggests the C18 ligands are largely in a Adv. In practice, the low concentration of surface in solution. This indicates that the short C8 chain does not species, the issue of paramagnetism[] e.

    The great difference with Fe, Co, Mn etc. Despite these, SSNMR can be applied to a large variety of averaged 13C chemical-shift anisotropy and 1H—13C dipolar cou- nanocrystal materials and can explore the system via multiple pling, and thus lead to longer T1 and less dephasing. When the angles.


    In addition, technical advancements, such as DNP[32—34] number of carbons in the hydrocarbon chain is less than eight, and ultrafast MAS,[,] as well as the combination with com- the ligands on the nanoparticle surface show faster dynamics puter simulations, have made SSNMR even more powerful. We similar to liquids longer T1 and less dephasing.

    On the con- anticipate that, in the near future, SSNMR will be able to not trary, when the number of carbons increases to eighteen, the only elucidate structures and mechanisms, but also undertake ligands show solid-like behavior similar to crystals shorter T1 a similar role as electron microscopy and X-ray crystallography and stronger dephasing.

    They found that the surface cysteines form a double 5. Interfaces in Supramolecular and layer, one attached to the Au surface and the other interacting Hybrid Assemblies with the inner layer through hydrogen bonds. A lot of research has been ally joined through non-covalent connections. In many ways, carried out in this respect. Dynamics of Molecular Motors as shown in Figure Assisted by lineshape simulation, the authors identified four different modes of motion based on the Artificial molecular machines like molecular motors, rotors, 2 H lineshape obtained from to K.

    The motion modes shuttles, and switches translate the thermal energy of mol- are clearly visualized in the Figure 21c, which depicts rotation ecules into useful mechanical energy. Characterization of Disordered Arrangements of the bridge on which the rotaxane moves. At higher tempera- tures, a single 13C signal is observed, as shown in Figure 22b, Disorder is an important feature in many hierarchal nanostruc- which indicates that the rotaxane is shuttling at a speed faster tures, and in many cases, it is the major factor contributing than the frequency difference of the two sites.

    At lower tem- to their properties. However, pos- tling process is captured as the cross peaks between the two sible arrangements, like random, clustered, or other patterns, recognition sites. By analyzing the NMR lineshape, quantitative may be embedded in the disorder. The characterization of dis- measurement of the shuttling speed has been obtained in the ordered spatial arrangements remains a significant challenge range of to Hz, and the activation barrier was calcu- and in much research the disorder has been left unexamined. One of the key questions vincing evidence for a rotating H—Pt—H unit in the Pt-deu- to be answered is how the functional groups are apportioned terated complex trans-D2Pt PttBu3 2.

    Kong et al. For these nylenes, and peripheral phenyls selectively in crystalline and MTV-MOFs, different apportionments, such as small clusters, amorphous molecular rotors were studied by Jiang et al. In later work done nyls all display megahertz rotational dynamics in the crystals by Krajnc et al. In their 2D spectra, correla- REVIEW tions between the different linkers appear as the polarization propagates along the network of proton spins in the frame- work.

    They found that the minor linker is homogeneously dis- tributed within the matrix. These disordered arrangements may also be present on the surface of nanoparticles. The dis- tance between protons on the different ligands can be quanti- fied via the DQ buildup curve of the cross-correlation signal shown in purple.

    Based on the relatively short internuclear distance, shorter than 4. Bones are well-engineered nanocomposite materials that possess superb hardness, fracture resistance, and light weight. They are natural marvels in the eyes of chemists learning to build mechanically robust materials. One of the key features of bone is the hierarchal architecture of the col- lagen and hydroxyapatite nanocrystals. In a recent study, Hu et al.

    SSNMR was their primary technique to identify the presence of citrate molecules and also to quan- tify its disorder distribution on the hydroxyapatite surface. Using a series of recoupling sequences, the 13C NMR signals of different bones were scrutinized based on their proximity toward hydroxyapatite or their dynamic states. The signature of the citrate molecules was unambiguously identified. In the last part, the authors used the centerband-only detection of exchange CODEX technique to quantify the surface distribution of the citrate molecules, as shown in Figure For molecular rotors and machinery, SSNMR is particu- larly useful for the quantification of their dynamics.

    Variable-temperature NMR can cover a broad temperature range and the sample preparation is not demanding. The results can be further combined with computer simulation and generate a compre- hensive understanding of the system. In many cases, dipole—dipole coupling among protons or other abun- Common polymers used in dispersions of APIs include dant isotopes can illuminate the nanoscale networks and poly ethylene glycol PEG , caprolactam-based polymers, patterns. They first studied how The recent advancement of nanomaterials and nanotechnology ebselen interacts with the PVP-VA matrix.

    The correlation peaks at variable spin- monitoring techniques, early diagnostic, therapeutics, and new diffusion times provide direct confirmation that the nanocrys- drug delivery and release protocols. In the right part of the figure, the is to improve the efficacy of drug delivery and achieve a targeted broadening of the peak at the isotropic position compared to and controlled release of the active pharmaceutical ingredients the bulk crystalline sample is likely the result of defects in the APIs. In these systems, medicines are formulated into multi- nanocrystalline ebselen embedded in the matrix.

    In the left part component nanocomposites containing both APIs and various of the figure, the complex sideband manifold is characteristic excipients acting as carriers. The interactions between the drug of a system with a strong anisotropic chemical-shift interaction and the carrier are of great importance: they are the underlying and it describes the bonding structure of the selenium atom. In persed in different polymeric matrices, employing 1D and 2D particular, polymorphic changes of the API, may lead to sig- NMR spectroscopy combined with 1H T1 measurements[] nificant effects on their bioactivity.

    We systems with the addition of two host compounds: ketoprofen will focus here mainly on the interface and host—guest analysis, KPF and flurbiprofen FBP.

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