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Book Chapter
Emsley L., Schmidt-Rohr K., Pines A.  1994.  Group Theory and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Dynamics. NMR and More - In Honour of Anatole Abragam. :175-199.
Journal Article
Janicke M., Chmelka B.F, Larsen R.G, Shore J., Schmidt-Rohr K., Emsley L., Long H., Pines A.  1994.  2-Dimensional Xe-129 Exchange Nmr Measurements of Xenon Dynamics in Na-a Zeolite. Zeolites and Related Microporous Materials: State of the Art 1994. 84:519-526.
Lee Y.K, Emsley L., Larsen R.G, Schmidt-Rohr K., Hong M., Frydman L., Chingas G.C, Pines A.  1994.  3-Dimensional Variable-Angle Nuclear-Magnetic-Resonance Exchange Spectroscopy without Rotor Axis Hopping. Journal of Chemical Physics. 101(3):1852-1864. PDF
Ernst M., Kolbert A.C, Schmidt-Rohr K., Pines A.  1996.  Isotropic second-order dipolar shifts in the rotating frame. Journal of Chemical Physics. 104(21):8258-8268. PDF
Nanz D., Ernst M., Hong M., Ziegeweid M.A, Schmidt-Rohr K., Pines A.  1995.  Low-Power Decoupling Sequences for High-Resolution Chemical-Shift and Local-Field Nmr-Spectra of Liquid-Crystals. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Series A. 113(2):169-176. 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
Hong M., Schmidt-Rohr K., Pines A.  1995.  Nmr Measurement of Signs and Magnitudes of C-H Dipolar Couplings in Lecithin. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 117(11):3310-3311. PDF
Larsen R.G, Shore J., Schmidt-Rohr K., Emsley L., Long H., Pines A, Janicke M., Chmelka B.F.  1993.  Nmr-Study of Xenon Dynamics and Energetics in Na-a Zeolite. Chemical Physics Letters. 214(2):220-226. PDF
Barrall G.A, Schmidt-Rohr K., Lee Y.K, Landfester K., Zimmermann H., Chingas G.C, Pines A.  1996.  Rotational diffusion measurements of suspended colloidal particles using two-dimensional exchange nuclear magnetic resonance. Journal of Chemical Physics. 104(2):509-520. PDF