T-ILT (T2 – Inverse Laplace Transform)

T-ILT  (T2 – Inverse Laplace Transform) is a package which combines a set of pulse sequences and an analysis software. The sequence package contains T2 low resolution sequences for High Field NMR spectrometers: 1D T2 experiment and different kinds of 2D experiments, such as T2T2, T1T2 and DT2.

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Diffusion coefficient (D), nuclear spin–lattice (T1) and spin–spin (T2) relaxation times describe the mobility of the different populations of water present in a sample, providing information about the dynamics and the structure at different time and distance scales.
For example, two-dimensional exchange experiment allows the study of the communication between the different water populations, giving information about the reticulation of a porous material by the presence of off-diagonal peaks. Diffusion-relaxation correlation experiment (DT2) can distinguish different physical environments of a water population in a sample.

 

T-ILT software allows the user to: firstly through the 1D analysis, study the different water populations present in the samples/materials. Then, the implementation of the 2D sequences on Bruker High-Resolution instruments, makes it possible to obtain deep knowledge of the sample system structure.

1D T2 profile of a sample composed of glass balls of 1mm in water, with the peak-picking prediction, is shown on T-ILT interface. Separation of bulk, interstitial and adsorpted water. 2D T2-T2 spectrum of the same sample is shown on the left-bottom part, showing the exchange between the different sites.