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Havlin R.H, Park G.HJ, Mazur T., Pines A.  2003.  Using switched angle spinning to simplify NMR spectra of strongly oriented samples. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 125(26):7998-8006. PDF
Walls J.D, Lim K.H, Pines A.  2002.  Theoretical studies of the spin dynamics of quadrupolar nuclei at rotational resonance conditions. Journal of Chemical Physics. 116(1):79-90. PDF
Haake M., Pines A, Reimer J.A, Seydoux R..  1997.  Surface-enhanced NMR using continuous-flow laser-polarized xenon. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 119(48):11711-11712. PDF
Song Y.Q, Goodson B.M, Taylor R.E, Laws D.D, Navon G., Pines A.  1997.  Selective enhancement of NMR signals for alpha-cyclodextrin with laser-polarized xenon. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition in English. 36(21):2368-2370. PDF
Tomaselli M., deGraw D., Yarger J.L, Augustine M.P, Pines A.  1998.  Scalar and anisotropic J interactions in undoped InP: A triple-resonance NMR study. Physical Review B. 58(13):8627-8633. PDF
Schmidt-Rohr K., Nanz D., Emsley L., Pines A.  1994.  Nmr Measurement of Resolved Heteronuclear Dipole Couplings in Liquid-Crystals and Lipids. Journal of Physical Chemistry. 98(27):6668-6670. PDF
Pearson J.G, Chmelka B.F, Shykind D.N, Pines A.  1992.  Multiple-Quantum Nmr-Study of the Distribution of Benzene in Nay Zeolite. Journal of Physical Chemistry. 96(21):8517-8522. PDF
Caldarelli S., Hong M., Emsley L., Pines A.  1996.  Measurement of carbon-proton dipolar couplings in liquid crystals by local dipolar field NMR spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry. 100(48):18696-18701. PDF
Raftery D., Long H., Meersmann T., Grandinetti P.J, Reven L., Pines A.  1991.  High-Field Nmr of Adsorbed Xenon Polarized by Laser Pumping. Physical Review Letters. 66(5):584-587. PDF
Wu Y., Peng Z.Y, Olejniczak Z., Sun B.Q, Pines A.  1993.  Effects of Double Rotation on Homonuclear Spin Systems. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Series A. 102(1):29-33. PDF