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Could anyone tell the reason why adenine h2 has a longer T1 and T2 than the other prontons in nucleic acid? It would be better if there is citation.

asked Jan 10 '13 at 23:48

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It's an isolated proton so there aren't sources of relaxation from other protons.


answered Jan 11 '13 at 09:09

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Thanks for your reply. May be your answer can explain the shorter T2 (spin-spin) relaxation. But what about T1? - yuan (Jan 13 '13 at 22:36)

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