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The signal amplification by reversible exchange (SABRE) approach has been used to hyperpolarise the substrates indazole and imidazole in the presence of the co-ligand acetonitrile through the action of the precataysts [IrCl(COD)(IMes)] and [IrCl(COD)(SIMes)]. 2H-labelled forms of these catalysts were also examined. Our comparison of the two precatalysts [IrCl(COD)(IMes)] and [IrCl(COD)(SIMes)], coupled with 2H labelling of the N-heterocyclic carbene and associated relaxation and polarisation field variation studies, demonstrates the critical and collective role these parameters play in controlling the efficiency of signal amplification by reversible exchange. Ultimately, with imidazole, a 700-fold1H signal gain per proton is produced at 400 MHz, whilst for indazole, a 90-fold increase per proton is achieved. The co-ligand acetonitrile proved to optimally exhibit a 190-fold signal gain per proton in these measurements, with the associated studies revealing the importance the substrate plays in controlling this value.
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Harnessing polarisation transfer to indazole and imidazole through signal amplification by reversible exchange to improve their NMR detectabilityQ1
Duckett, S. B. (Creator), University of York, 25 May 2017