Benefitting from the capability of recording scalar (J) couplings and bonding information, 2D J-resolved NMR spectroscopy constitutes an important tool for molecular structure analysis and mixture component identification. Unfortunately, conventional 2D J-resolved experiments generally encounter challenges of insufficient spectral resolution and strong coupling artifacts. In this study, a general NMR approach is exploited to record absorption-mode artifact-free 2D J-resolved spectra. This proposal adopts the advanced triple-spin-echo pure shift yielded by chirp excitation element to eliminate J coupling splittings and preserve chemical shifts along the F2 dimension, and it additionally utilizes the echo-train J acquisition to reveal the multiplet structure along the F1 dimension in accelerated experimental acquisition. Thus, it permits one to extract multiplet structure information from crowded spectral regions in one-shot experiments, with considerable resolution advantage resulting from completely decoupling F2 dimension and absorption-mode presentation, thus facilitating analysis on complex samples. More importantly, this method grants the superior performance on suppressing strong coupling artifacts, which have been affirmed by experiments on a series of chemical samples. As a consequence, this proposed method serves as a useful tool for J coupling measurements and multiplet structure analyses on complex samples that contain crowded NMR resonances and strong coupling spin systems, and it may exhibit broad application potentials in fields of physics, chemistry, and medical science, among others.

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