Oxygen-17 NMR of Inorganic Materials

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Abstract

Oxygen is one of the most naturally abundant elements, making it a key constituent in many materials, including some of central technological importance. 17O solid-state NMR can provide unique insight into the local environment around oxygen and hence the local structure, including the atomic ordering of solid materials. The background for improving the observation of 17O by solid-state NMR and determining the NMR interaction parameters including the combination of experimental data with first-principles density functional theory calculations is presented. The utility of this approach is illustrated here for a range of inorganic systems: highly crystalline ordered samples (including some important in the earth sciences), disordered materials, both crystalline solid solutions and glasses, as well as oxygen ion conducting materials
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEMagRes
PublisherWiley
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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