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Solid-state NMR observations of low-gamma half-integer quadrupolar nuclei, 35 Cl and 37 Cl, were demonstrated using a 24 T hybrid magnet ( 1 H resonance frequency of 1.02 GHz) comprised of the high-temperature (HTS) and low-temperature (LTS) superconductors, and compared with results using a 14.1 T standard NMR magnet. While at 24 T the linewidth is 1.7 times narrower than that at 14.1 T, the gain in the sensitivity is 7.0 times because of enhanced polarization, reduced linewidth, and the usedoi:10.2116/analsci.32.1339 pmid:27941265 fatcat:jxqlfzrnm5e6limyjrl2dauemi