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8ms duration and a hard 180" pulse of 54ps duration were employed in the imaging sequence. TE, defined as the time from the centre of the soft 90" pulse to mid-echo, was 8ms, and TR, the delay between repetitions, was set to 500ms. Sixteen scans were acquired at each of 256 phase encoding steps, for a total acquisition time of approximately 34 min per image. 6 X 10d4T/cm and acquisition of a 256 x 256 data point matrix. 8 mm. APPLICATION OF NMR SPECTROSCOPY TO GLASSES AND CERAMICS 25 Fig. 14. 8mm-thick slices of the sample, spaced 4 mrn apart.
1. Structure of kaolins Kaolins, A12Si205(OH)4, are layered aluminosilicates with a dioctahedral 1:1 layer structure consisting of an octahedral aluminium hydroxide sheet and a tetrahedral silica sheet. Kaolinite, dickite, and nacrite belong to the kaolins, and the layer stacking manner is different from each other. Figure 2 shows the structure of kaolinite. The 29Si chemical shift of kaolinite is about -91ppm from pure tetramethylsilane, which is attributed to Si04 tetrahedra linked with three S O 4 tetrahedra and having a non-bridging oxygen, denoted as Q3(OAl).
Annual Reports on NMR Spectroscopy, Vol. 28 by I. Ando, G.A. Webb (Eds.)