A theory of zero-field NMR in high field (ZFHF-NMR) is described in terms of coherent averaging and irreducible tensors. The theory is used to determine analytical solutions for the parameters of the trajectory proposed and used by Tycko. A new pulse sequence is presented, and optimized solutions for dynamic-angle spinning, dynamic-angle hopping, and double-rotation versions of ZFHF-NMR are discussed. (C) 1994 Academic Press, Inc.

%B Journal of Magnetic Resonance Series A %V 109 %P 157-165 %8 Aug %@ 1064-1858 %G English %U