Strong transient resonances can dominate 1H solution-state NMR spectra of natural-abundance samples that have been subject to ex situ dynamic nuclear polarisation, whereby the usually negligible heteronuclear “satellite” peaks dominate the spectra, as detailed by L. Frydman et al. on p. 436.
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