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Applications of NMR crystallography to problems in biomineralization: refinement of the crystal structure and P-31 solid-state NMR spectral assignment of octacalcium phosphate

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Applications of NMR crystallography to problems in biomineralization : refinement of the crystal structure and P-31 solid-state NMR spectral assignment of octacalcium phosphate. / Davies, Erika; Duer, Melinda J.; Ashbrook, Sharon E.; Griffin, John M.

In: Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 134, No. 30, 01.08.2012, p. 12508-12515.

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Davies, Erika ; Duer, Melinda J. ; Ashbrook, Sharon E. ; Griffin, John M. / Applications of NMR crystallography to problems in biomineralization : refinement of the crystal structure and P-31 solid-state NMR spectral assignment of octacalcium phosphate. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2012 ; Vol. 134, No. 30. pp. 12508-12515.

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title = "Applications of NMR crystallography to problems in biomineralization: refinement of the crystal structure and P-31 solid-state NMR spectral assignment of octacalcium phosphate",
abstract = "By combining X-ray crystallography, first-principles density functional theory calculations, and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, we have refined the crystal structure of octacalcium phosphate (OCP), reassigned its P-31 NMR spectrum, and identified an extended hydrogen-bonding network that we propose is critical to the structural stability of OCP. Analogous water networks may be related to the critical role of the hydration state in determining the mechanical properties of bone, as OCP has long been proposed as a precursor phase in bone mineral formation. The approach that we have taken in this paper is broadly applicable to the characterization of crystalline materials in general, but particularly to those incorporating hydrogen that cannot be fully characterized using diffraction techniques.",
keywords = "1ST PRINCIPLES CALCULATIONS, 1ST-PRINCIPLES CALCULATIONS, MAS NMR, HYDROXYAPATITE, TRANSFORMATION, SPECTROSCOPY, DIFFRACTION, PARAMETERS, SURFACE, O-17",
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N2 - By combining X-ray crystallography, first-principles density functional theory calculations, and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, we have refined the crystal structure of octacalcium phosphate (OCP), reassigned its P-31 NMR spectrum, and identified an extended hydrogen-bonding network that we propose is critical to the structural stability of OCP. Analogous water networks may be related to the critical role of the hydration state in determining the mechanical properties of bone, as OCP has long been proposed as a precursor phase in bone mineral formation. The approach that we have taken in this paper is broadly applicable to the characterization of crystalline materials in general, but particularly to those incorporating hydrogen that cannot be fully characterized using diffraction techniques.

AB - By combining X-ray crystallography, first-principles density functional theory calculations, and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, we have refined the crystal structure of octacalcium phosphate (OCP), reassigned its P-31 NMR spectrum, and identified an extended hydrogen-bonding network that we propose is critical to the structural stability of OCP. Analogous water networks may be related to the critical role of the hydration state in determining the mechanical properties of bone, as OCP has long been proposed as a precursor phase in bone mineral formation. The approach that we have taken in this paper is broadly applicable to the characterization of crystalline materials in general, but particularly to those incorporating hydrogen that cannot be fully characterized using diffraction techniques.

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KW - HYDROXYAPATITE

KW - TRANSFORMATION

KW - SPECTROSCOPY

KW - DIFFRACTION

KW - PARAMETERS

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