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Time Allocation August 2014 - January 2015

Project no. Applicant Title
1405011 Oleg Antzutkin, Department of Physics, University of Warwick A complex of Alzheimer’s Aβ(1-42)CC toxic oligomers with Curcumin: Structural insights using 2D 13C-13C and 1H detected 2D/3D 13C-1H and 15N-1H fast-MAS NMR
1405012 Sharon Ashbrook, School of Chemistry, University of St Andrews 25Mg MQMAS to Investigate the Efficiency of FAM-N pulses under challenging conditions
1405013 Sharon Ashbrook, School of Chemistry, University of St Andrews High-Resolution 31P and 71Ga NMR Study of Gallophosphates
1405014 Emma Barney, Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham Quantifying aluminium clustering in aluminium tellurite glass.
1405015 Frédéric Blanc, Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool Observation of invisible 71Ga site in langasite by 17O observed 17O 71Ga TRAPDOR
1405017 Steven Brown, Department of Physics, University of Warwick Characterising intermolecular interactions in supramolecular self assembly and pharmaceuticals by 14N-1H MAS NMR
1405020 Marina Carravetta, School of Chemistry, University of Southampton Development and Application of nitrogen-14 overtone NMR spectroscopy to biological solids under ultra-fast MAS
1405021 Marina Carravetta, School of Chemistry, University of Southampton 14N Overtone transition in solid-state NMR double rotation technique
1405019 Paul Dupree, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge 2D and 3D 13C NMR studies of whole plant stems
1405022 Peter Halling, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde A Solid-State NMR Study of an Immobilised Enzyme
1405023 John Hanna, Department of Physics, University of Warwick 45Sc-31P MQHETCOR and HMQC MAS NMR Investigations on Gallium-Doped Perovskites
1405024 John Hanna, Department of Physics, University of Warwick 11B MQDOR Experiments for Removing Residual Dipolar Broadening
1405026 Kenneth Harris, School of Chemistry, Cardiff University CLASSIC NMR Studies of the Kinetics of Crystallization Processes
1405027 Kenneth Harris, School of Chemistry, Cardiff University CLASSIC NMR Applied to the Formation of Novel Cements
1405028 Józef Lewandowski, Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick Solid state NMR on 312 kDa complex of full length human immunoglobulin and GB1 (continuation project)
1405030 David Middleton, Chemistry, Lancaster University A high-field 13C DARR solid-state NMR investigation of heparin interactions with the E22Q mutant of the amyloid-beta peptide associated with early onset Alzheimer’s
1405032 Russell Morris, School of Chemistry, University of St Andrews High-Field Solid-State 17O NMR Study of Layered Silicates
1405033 Mark Pfuhl, Randall Division of Cell & Molecular Biophysics, King's Colledge London Solid state NMR investigation of proteins bound to F-actin
1405036 Mark Smith, Vice-Chancellor's Office and Chemistry, University of Lancaster Ultra-high field 43Ca and 1H NMR studies of calcium oxalates
1405037 Mark Smith, Vice-Chancellor's Office and Chemistry, University of Lancaster Improving the resolution of ultra-high magnetic field 25Mg solid state NMR studies of magnesium acetates by extension to multiple quantum MAS NMR
1405038 Jeremy Titman, School of Chemistry, University of Nottingham Measuring Proton CSAs in Nitrogen-containing Hydrogen-bonded Systems
1405039 Richard Walton, Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick High-Field Solid-State 93Nb and 39K Study of Mixed-Metal Polyoxometalates
1405040 Philip Williamson, Centre for Biological Sciences, University of Southampton Indirect Detection of 14N in Biological Samples Under Ultrafast MAS
1405041 Stephen Wimperis, School of Chemistry and WestCHEM, University of Glasgow Natural Abundance 33S (I = 3/2) CP-STMAS NMR: Sensitivity Enhancement and Spectral Editing
1405042 Derek Woollins, School of Chemistry, University of St Andrews Using 77Se Solid-State NMR and J Coupling to Study Novel Organoselenium Compounds