The multiple-quantum pathway description developed earlier for two-dimensional single-quantum correlation spectroscopy (cosy), is generalized and applied to the two-dimensional multiple-quantum transitions (2Dmqt) spectroscopy. The connectivity classes ofcosy are also generalized tomqt spectroscopy. The pathway description allows a straightforward method of computation of the flip angle dependence of the intensity of various peaks in two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy. It is shown that a variation of flip angle allows distinction between various classes and types of transitions, as well as optimization of experiment for selective detection of certain classes of peaks in 2D spectroscopy.
Volume 94, 2020
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