Preface. Plenary Lectures. Analysis of slow motion by multidimensional NMR; B. Blümich, et al. Quantifying structural and dynamic disorder in ionically conducting solid solutions; H. Eckert, et al. 14N MAS NMR spectroscopy. An instrumental challenge and informatory technique; H.H. Jacobsen, et al. NMR diffusion studies of molecules in nanoporous materials; J. Kärger, F. Stallmach. NMR studies of the mesomorphism, structure, and dynamics of some new pyramidic liquid crystals; Z. Luz, et al. Investigation of conformational changes of organic molecules sorbed in zeolites by HR MAS NMR spectroscopy; J. Roland, et al. 'Lighting up' NMR and MRI in colloidal and interfacial systems; A. Pines, et al. Progress in high resolution solid state NMR of quadrupolar nuclei: applications to porous materials and catalysts; M. Pruski, et al. Applications of hyperpolarized 129Xe NMR spectroscopy to the study of materials; I.L. Moudrakovski, et al. NMR in colloidal science with special emphasis on self-aggregating systems; O. Söderman, et al. Solid state NMR characterization of polymers and surfactant molecules as confined to porous silica materials; R. Simonutti, et al. Characterisation of porous materials by NMR; J.H. Strange, et al. Keynotes and oral presentations. Investigation of radical pairs in micelles using spin polarization techniques; E.G. Bagraynskaya, et al. Monitoring ultraslow motions in organised liquids; F.A. Grinberg. Characterization of mass transport and related phenomena in porous catalysts and sorbents by NMR imaging and displacement NMR spectroscopy; I.V. Koptyug, et al. NMR spectoscopy contribution to the study of biomaterial mineralisation; A.P. Legrand, et al. Multinuclear magnetic resonance characterization of solid catalysts and their reactions inthe adsorbed state; J.B. Nagy, et al. Orbital order and orbital fluctuations in colossal magnetoresistive manganites. An investigation with 55Mn and 139La NMR; G. Papavassiliou, et al. The features of PFG NMR technique and some methodical aspects of its application; V.D. Skirda. 129Xe NMR of adsorbed xenon used as a probe to study microporous solids; M.-A. Springuel-Huet. The mechanism for ionic and water transport in nafion membranes for resonance data; V.I. Volkov, et al. An aggregation number-based definition of the ionization of a micelle; B.L. Bales. Use of 1H NMR imaging to study competitive adsorption of hydrocarbons in zeolites; J.-L. Bonardet, et al. EPR study of photo-induced surface modifications of nanocrystalline TiO2 samples; J.M. Coronado, et al. Double resonance NMR study of mesoscopic interaction between surfactant and silica-alumina during the direct synthesis of A1SBA-15 mesoporous solids; J.B. D'Espinose de la Caillerie, et al. MR profiling of drying in alkyd emulsions: origins of skin formation; J.-P. Gorce, et al. Catching a falling drop by NMR: correlation of position and velocity; Song-I Han, et al. Robust characterization of flowing emulsions using regularisation and velocity-compensating pulsed field gradient (PFG) techniques; M.L. Johns, et al. Phospholipids' sera and mononuclear cells in acute leukemia, malignant lymphoma and multiple myeloma-evaluation by 31P MRS in vitro; M. Kuliszkiewicz-Janus, B. Baczyński. Vanadium-51 3QMAS NMR and its application for the studies of vanadia based catalysts; O.B. Lapina, et al. Simultaneous EPR and TPR study of the V-Ce-O catalysts redox properties; J. Matta, et al. Static and dynamic NMR studies on cosmetic emulsions; J. Plass, D. Emeis.
Magnetic resonance techniques are especially interesting in the study of colloids and interfaces due to their unique ability to elucidate structure, dynamics and function at the atomic and molecular level. This book illustrates the most up to date applications of innovative NMR and EPR techniques, including magnetic resonance imaging and microscopy, to gas-solid and liquid-solid interfaces, organic and biological surfaces, microemulsions, liquid crystals, membranes, structure and dynamics of polymers and micellar systems, and diffusion in heterogeneous systems.
A compendium of advanced NMR and EPR techniques and a state of the art description of the power of advanced new methodologies for the study of molecular dynamics and interfaces.
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