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Cadmium-113 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

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Science  16 Sep 1983:
Vol. 221, Issue 4616, pp. 1141-1146
DOI: 10.1126/science.221.4616.1141

Abstract

Cadmium-113 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has been used in studies of the structure and dynamics of inorganic and bioinorganic molecules. Chemical dynamics play an important role in the analysis of relaxation and chemical shift data. Naïve interpretations of relaxation data can be checked by performing these experiments at a variety of temperatures and magnetic field strengths. A combination of solid- and liquid-state nuclear magnetic resonance measurements can provide the user with unambiguous data on chemical shielding. These data can be used to characterize zinc and calcium ion binding sites in metalloproteins.