composite pulse

composite pulse

[kəm′päz·ət ′pəls]
(electronics)
A pulse composed of a series of overlapping pulses received from the same source over several paths in a pulse navigation system.
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Carbon-13 has a large chemical shift range of approximately 250 ppm, and with composite pulse decoupling there is usually a single peak per carbon atom in the molecule, making carbon spectra more informative than proton spectra.
Carbon has a large chemical shift range of approximately 250 ppm and using composite pulse decoupling there is usually a single peak per carbon atom in the molecule making carbon spectra much more informative than proton spectra.
Freeman, "Composite pulse decoupling," Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol.
Considerable strides have been made in terms of pulse development for NMR over and above the standard hard rectangular pulses and these advances include the development of composite pulses and shaped pulses as well as adiabatic pulses [1-8].
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