Heteronuclear J-resolved solid-state NMR of filled natural rubber.
The presence of carbon black fillers in vulcanized natural rubber introduced microscopic inhomogeneities and residual dipolar couplings. Both effects were averaged to a great extent by magic-angle spinning, allowing J-resolved NMR spectra to be recorded in the solid state. The results were compared to those of adamantane plastic crystals.
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