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Inversion-recovery pulse sequence.




   parameters.sweep              spectrum sweep width, Hz

   parameters.npoints            number of points in the FID

   parameters.spins              nuclei on which the sequence runs,
                                 specified as {'1H'}, {'13C'}, etc.

   parameters.max_delay          longest relaxation delay

   parameters.n_delays           number of relaxation delays to run

   H     - Hamiltonian matrix, received from context function

   R     - relaxation superoperator, received from context function

   K     - kinetics superoperator, received from context function


   fids  - free induction decays for each delay starting from zero,
           a matrix with individual FIDs in columns


A simulation of a inversion-recovery experiment on strychnine (examples/nmr_liquids/sat_rec_strychnine.m) appears below - it is a stack of spectra obtained after different relaxation delays.

Inv rec strychnine.png


The relaxation superoperator must be thermalised.

See also

sat_rec.m, noesy.m, roesy.m, singlet.m, relaxation.m

Version 2.3, authors: Zak El-Machachi, Ilya Kuprov