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13 C— 13 C proton-driven spin diffusion correlation (PDSD, 5 ms mixing time) experiments on uniformly 13 C labelled <t>OCP-SUC</t> (left) and <t>OCP-ADI</t> (right). Correlations proving a single non-centrosymmetric ADI within the OCP-ADI structure are highlighted in red. Corresponding 1D 13 C spectra are superimposed. Signal broadening relative to unlabelled composites is ascribed to residual 13 C— 13 C dipolar interactions, and unresolved 13 C— 13 C scalar coupling. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the Web version of this article.)
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1) Product Images from "Solid state NMR - An indispensable tool in organic-inorganic biocomposite characterization; refining the structure of octacalcium phosphate composites with the linear metabolic di-acids succinate and adipate"

Article Title: Solid state NMR - An indispensable tool in organic-inorganic biocomposite characterization; refining the structure of octacalcium phosphate composites with the linear metabolic di-acids succinate and adipate

Journal: Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

doi: 10.1016/j.ssnmr.2018.08.004

13 C— 13 C proton-driven spin diffusion correlation (PDSD, 5 ms mixing time) experiments on uniformly 13 C labelled OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right). Correlations proving a single non-centrosymmetric ADI within the OCP-ADI structure are highlighted in red. Corresponding 1D 13 C spectra are superimposed. Signal broadening relative to unlabelled composites is ascribed to residual 13 C— 13 C dipolar interactions, and unresolved 13 C— 13 C scalar coupling. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the Web version of this article.)
Figure Legend Snippet: 13 C— 13 C proton-driven spin diffusion correlation (PDSD, 5 ms mixing time) experiments on uniformly 13 C labelled OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right). Correlations proving a single non-centrosymmetric ADI within the OCP-ADI structure are highlighted in red. Corresponding 1D 13 C spectra are superimposed. Signal broadening relative to unlabelled composites is ascribed to residual 13 C— 13 C dipolar interactions, and unresolved 13 C— 13 C scalar coupling. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the Web version of this article.)

Techniques Used: Diffusion-based Assay, Mass Spectrometry

Diagrams on the right depict structures of OCP-SUC (top) and OCP-ADI (bottom) consistent with two identical non-centrosymmetric di-acids per unit cell, modified from those implied by Model I of Markovic et al. [ 18 ], (left) which implies the existence of two identical and centrosymmetric di-acids.
Figure Legend Snippet: Diagrams on the right depict structures of OCP-SUC (top) and OCP-ADI (bottom) consistent with two identical non-centrosymmetric di-acids per unit cell, modified from those implied by Model I of Markovic et al. [ 18 ], (left) which implies the existence of two identical and centrosymmetric di-acids.

Techniques Used: Modification

Typical 13 C{ 31 P} REDOR data (top) for OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right), and resultant dephasing curves (bottom), showing the non-equivalence of the carboxylate carbons, and of the methylene carbons, with respect to neighbourhood phosphorus atoms Error bars in the dephasing curves represent spectral signal-to-noise measurements at each respective dephasing time.
Figure Legend Snippet: Typical 13 C{ 31 P} REDOR data (top) for OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right), and resultant dephasing curves (bottom), showing the non-equivalence of the carboxylate carbons, and of the methylene carbons, with respect to neighbourhood phosphorus atoms Error bars in the dephasing curves represent spectral signal-to-noise measurements at each respective dephasing time.

Techniques Used:

Comparison between 13 C, and 31 P, NMR spectra of different batches of OCP-SUC and OCP-ADI, and pure OCP. Minor 13 C signals in some batches, of variable occurrence, are marked by asterisks.
Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison between 13 C, and 31 P, NMR spectra of different batches of OCP-SUC and OCP-ADI, and pure OCP. Minor 13 C signals in some batches, of variable occurrence, are marked by asterisks.

Techniques Used: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

2) Product Images from "Solid state NMR - An indispensable tool in organic-inorganic biocomposite characterization; refining the structure of octacalcium phosphate composites with the linear metabolic di-acids succinate and adipate"

Article Title: Solid state NMR - An indispensable tool in organic-inorganic biocomposite characterization; refining the structure of octacalcium phosphate composites with the linear metabolic di-acids succinate and adipate

Journal: Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

doi: 10.1016/j.ssnmr.2018.08.004

13 C— 13 C proton-driven spin diffusion correlation (PDSD, 5 ms mixing time) experiments on uniformly 13 C labelled OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right). Correlations proving a single non-centrosymmetric ADI within the OCP-ADI structure are highlighted in red. Corresponding 1D 13 C spectra are superimposed. Signal broadening relative to unlabelled composites is ascribed to residual 13 C— 13 C dipolar interactions, and unresolved 13 C— 13 C scalar coupling. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the Web version of this article.)
Figure Legend Snippet: 13 C— 13 C proton-driven spin diffusion correlation (PDSD, 5 ms mixing time) experiments on uniformly 13 C labelled OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right). Correlations proving a single non-centrosymmetric ADI within the OCP-ADI structure are highlighted in red. Corresponding 1D 13 C spectra are superimposed. Signal broadening relative to unlabelled composites is ascribed to residual 13 C— 13 C dipolar interactions, and unresolved 13 C— 13 C scalar coupling. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the Web version of this article.)

Techniques Used: Diffusion-based Assay, Mass Spectrometry

Diagrams on the right depict structures of OCP-SUC (top) and OCP-ADI (bottom) consistent with two identical non-centrosymmetric di-acids per unit cell, modified from those implied by Model I of Markovic et al. [ 18 ], (left) which implies the existence of two identical and centrosymmetric di-acids.
Figure Legend Snippet: Diagrams on the right depict structures of OCP-SUC (top) and OCP-ADI (bottom) consistent with two identical non-centrosymmetric di-acids per unit cell, modified from those implied by Model I of Markovic et al. [ 18 ], (left) which implies the existence of two identical and centrosymmetric di-acids.

Techniques Used: Modification

Typical 13 C{ 31 P} REDOR data (top) for OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right), and resultant dephasing curves (bottom), showing the non-equivalence of the carboxylate carbons, and of the methylene carbons, with respect to neighbourhood phosphorus atoms Error bars in the dephasing curves represent spectral signal-to-noise measurements at each respective dephasing time.
Figure Legend Snippet: Typical 13 C{ 31 P} REDOR data (top) for OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right), and resultant dephasing curves (bottom), showing the non-equivalence of the carboxylate carbons, and of the methylene carbons, with respect to neighbourhood phosphorus atoms Error bars in the dephasing curves represent spectral signal-to-noise measurements at each respective dephasing time.

Techniques Used:

Comparison between 13 C, and 31 P, NMR spectra of different batches of OCP-SUC and OCP-ADI, and pure OCP. Minor 13 C signals in some batches, of variable occurrence, are marked by asterisks.
Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison between 13 C, and 31 P, NMR spectra of different batches of OCP-SUC and OCP-ADI, and pure OCP. Minor 13 C signals in some batches, of variable occurrence, are marked by asterisks.

Techniques Used: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

3) Product Images from "Solid state NMR - An indispensable tool in organic-inorganic biocomposite characterization; refining the structure of octacalcium phosphate composites with the linear metabolic di-acids succinate and adipate"

Article Title: Solid state NMR - An indispensable tool in organic-inorganic biocomposite characterization; refining the structure of octacalcium phosphate composites with the linear metabolic di-acids succinate and adipate

Journal: Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

doi: 10.1016/j.ssnmr.2018.08.004

13 C— 13 C proton-driven spin diffusion correlation (PDSD, 5 ms mixing time) experiments on uniformly 13 C labelled OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right). Correlations proving a single non-centrosymmetric ADI within the OCP-ADI structure are highlighted in red. Corresponding 1D 13 C spectra are superimposed. Signal broadening relative to unlabelled composites is ascribed to residual 13 C— 13 C dipolar interactions, and unresolved 13 C— 13 C scalar coupling. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the Web version of this article.)
Figure Legend Snippet: 13 C— 13 C proton-driven spin diffusion correlation (PDSD, 5 ms mixing time) experiments on uniformly 13 C labelled OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right). Correlations proving a single non-centrosymmetric ADI within the OCP-ADI structure are highlighted in red. Corresponding 1D 13 C spectra are superimposed. Signal broadening relative to unlabelled composites is ascribed to residual 13 C— 13 C dipolar interactions, and unresolved 13 C— 13 C scalar coupling. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the Web version of this article.)

Techniques Used: Diffusion-based Assay, Mass Spectrometry

Diagrams on the right depict structures of OCP-SUC (top) and OCP-ADI (bottom) consistent with two identical non-centrosymmetric di-acids per unit cell, modified from those implied by Model I of Markovic et al. [ 18 ], (left) which implies the existence of two identical and centrosymmetric di-acids.
Figure Legend Snippet: Diagrams on the right depict structures of OCP-SUC (top) and OCP-ADI (bottom) consistent with two identical non-centrosymmetric di-acids per unit cell, modified from those implied by Model I of Markovic et al. [ 18 ], (left) which implies the existence of two identical and centrosymmetric di-acids.

Techniques Used: Modification

Typical 13 C{ 31 P} REDOR data (top) for OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right), and resultant dephasing curves (bottom), showing the non-equivalence of the carboxylate carbons, and of the methylene carbons, with respect to neighbourhood phosphorus atoms Error bars in the dephasing curves represent spectral signal-to-noise measurements at each respective dephasing time.
Figure Legend Snippet: Typical 13 C{ 31 P} REDOR data (top) for OCP-SUC (left) and OCP-ADI (right), and resultant dephasing curves (bottom), showing the non-equivalence of the carboxylate carbons, and of the methylene carbons, with respect to neighbourhood phosphorus atoms Error bars in the dephasing curves represent spectral signal-to-noise measurements at each respective dephasing time.

Techniques Used:

Comparison between 13 C, and 31 P, NMR spectra of different batches of OCP-SUC and OCP-ADI, and pure OCP. Minor 13 C signals in some batches, of variable occurrence, are marked by asterisks.
Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison between 13 C, and 31 P, NMR spectra of different batches of OCP-SUC and OCP-ADI, and pure OCP. Minor 13 C signals in some batches, of variable occurrence, are marked by asterisks.

Techniques Used: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

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Article Title: Solid state NMR - An indispensable tool in organic-inorganic biocomposite characterization; refining the structure of octacalcium phosphate composites with the linear metabolic di-acids succinate and adipate
Article Snippet: .. 2.1 Synthesis of OCP, OCP-SUC, and OCP-ADI Most reagents were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich and used as received. (U-13 C4 )-SUC and (U—13 C6 )-ADI were purchased from Cambridge Isotope Laboratories (Andover, MS, USA). ..