There are many different applications of NMR spectroscopy in chemistry, which makes NMR spectrometers a valuable asset to any chemistry classroom.Read More
NMR spectroscopy is a technique that's used in a variety of chemistry applications. It's for this reason that a benchtop or portable NMR spectrometer can be just what your chemistry classroom needs to give your undergraduates some serious hands-on chemistry experience. But what are some of the best types of experiments to give your students to help them learn how to use an NMR spectrometer in the classroom?Read More
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a technique used in chemistry to research the purity and content of a given sample. NMR spectroscopy is especially handy when studying a sample's molecular structure because you don't have to worry about compromising the sample. Whether you're new to using an NMR spectrometer or you've been using one in your research for years, it's a good idea to refresh yourself on the knowledge of NMR spectroscopy. That said, here are some of the most commonly asked questioned about NMR answered.Read More
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a really handy analytical tool that's capable of providing chemists with a lot of information. Unlike other analytical tools, NMR spectrometers are capable of analyzing the identity, structure, concentration, and behavior of molecules without destroying the samples.Read More
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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has become one of the most commonly used analytical methods in modern chemistry. NMR spectroscopy is quantitative and doesn't need a lot of steps to prepare a sample. What's more, not only is NMR incredibly useful, but the technology used to develop NMR also continues to improve. If your own lab doesn't yet have an NMR benchtop spectrometer, here are a few benefits NMR applications can provide.
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a physical phenomenon where a given nucleus absorbs and re-emits electromagnetic radiation. One of the top analytical methods in modern chemistry, NMR allows today's scientists to study the properties of atoms and other substances.Read More