Guest Editors: Professor Feng Deng Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan 430071, P. R. China
Research Interests: Solid state NMR method development and applications in heterogeneous catalysis
Professor Jun Xu Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan 430071, P. R. China
In situ and sensitivity enhanced solid state NMR technique and study of active sites and catalytic mechanism
Special Issue Information As solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometry is highly sensitive to microstructural changes, it has become an important spectroscopic method for investigating the molecular structures and dynamic behavior of condensed matter and is widely used in various research areas such as heterogeneous catalysis, energy chemistry, functional materials and biomacromolecules. Solid state NMR has been applied in studies on various solid materials in crystalline, amorphous, pure and mixed states. With advances in NMR spectroscopy and developments in experimental methods, more information can be obtained regarding the structures, dynamic behaviors and functionality of condensed matter at the atomic and molecular levels. In this special issue, several Chinese and foreign researchers engaged in studies on solid state NMR have been invited to present the recent progress in a number of research fields.
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