Two-dimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy - Higher-dimensional Methods

Higher-dimensional Methods

3D and 4D experiments can also be done, sometimes by running the pulse sequences from two or three 2D experiments in series. Many of the commonly-used 3D experiments however are triple resonance experiments, examples include the HNCA and HNCOCA experiments, which are often used in protein NMR.

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