Talk:Nuclear Overhauser effect

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 Definition Change in intensity of a signal when irradiation is carried out at the resonance frequency of a spatially proximal nucleus. [d] [e]
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Unable to get math statements to work properly in this article, though these statement worked fine in other section of my articles.??

Most math statements end up with following error:

"Failed to parse (Missing texvc executable; please see math/README to configure.)":  ?? User:Sekhar_Talluri, Oct 2008


Overhauser is a person's name and so it must be capitalized in the article name. David E. Volk 17:17, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

homonuclear vs heteronuclear

We need to expand this into the I -> S enhancement type of experiments, to increase C13 signals, for instance, which depend on gamma ratios, and the homonuclear versions widely used in structural biology. David E. Volk 00:45, 29 March 2011 (UTC)