Further Reading

You will find that many of the sources do not use exactly the same matrix representations for some of the product operators and rotation matrices. The exact form of the density matrix depends on the numbering of the spin states and on certain conventions that are not consistent in the literature. In the above examples, the definitions are consistent with the product operator methods and with themselves.

1. Bax A. Two-Dimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Liquids. Delft University Press, D. Reidel Publishing Co; 1982 (especially pp. 12-23, introduction, pp. 129-153, multiple quantum coherence, and pp. 188-200, density matrix).

2. Subramanian C. Modern Techniques in High Resolution Fourier Transform NMR. Springer-Verlag; 1987.

3. Feynman RP, Leighton RB, Sands M. The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Volume III. Addison Wesley; 1971, Chapters 6-11.

4. Bothner-By AA, Stephens RL, Lee J-M, Warren CD, Jeanloz RW. Structure determination of a tetrasaccharide: transient nuclear Overhauser effects in the rotating frame. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1984;106:811-813.

5. Braunschweiler L, Ernst RR. Coherence transfer by isotropic mixing: application to proton correlation spectroscopy. J. Magn. Reson. 1983;53:521-528.

6. Davis AL, Keeler J, Laue ED, Moskau D. Experiments for recording pure-absorption heteronuclear correlation spectra using pulsed field gradients. J. Magn. Reson. 1992;98:207-216.

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