Special Issue "Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy in Materials Chemistry"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2019
Prof. Mattias Edén
Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Stockholm University, SE 10691 Stockholm, Sweden
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Interests: solid state NMR; disordered materials; oxide-based glasses; glass structure; bioactive glasses; biomineralization; molecular dynamics simulations; spin dynamics simulations; rf-pulse sequence design in magic-angle spinning NMR
The element-specific and non-invasive nature of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, coupled with its ability to readily probe structures across a subnanometer scale, have rendered it a ubiquitous method for studying structure and dynamics in vast groups of structurally ordered, as well as disordered materials. Solid-state NMR spectroscopy is continuously developing concerning enhancements of signal sensitivity and resolution. Notably, dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) NMR has opened up new avenues for probing species at very low concentrations, whereas “NMR crystallography” combines solid-state NMR experiments with density functional theory calculations for solving structures.
For this Special Issue, we invite new scientific reports as well as reviews on “Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy in Materials Chemistry”, taken in its broadest scope/meaning—encompassing investigations on the structure, order, and dynamics of materials by solid-state NMR, as well as developments of new such techniques. We also welcome submissions on the application of solid-state NMR for monitoring chemical processes, ranging from sol–gel preparations to solid-state chemistry, as well as to material-related problems in fields such as catalysis, biomineralization, and green chemistry.
Prof. Mattias Edén
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- Structure, order, dynamics
- DFT calculations of NMR parameters
- NMR crystallography
- Ceramics, glasses, minerals
- Porous materials, nanomaterials
- Biomaterials, polymers, soft matter
- Composites, organic/inorganic hybrid materials
- Surfaces, interfaces, catalysis
- Structure–composition–property relationships
- New solid-state NMR techniques
- Dynamic nuclear polarization