Educational curricula trends are shifting towards hands-on, guided-inquiry approaches that help students obtain meaningful learning.  Even though NMR spectroscopy is the most commonly used characterization technique in inorganic and organic chemical research, it is usually the least available to undergraduate students due to limited accessibility of traditional, high-field NMR spectrometers.

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The NMReady-60 family of NMR spectrometers are:

  • High-performance – get data quickly with sensitive, well-resolved spectra

  • Easy to use – preload experiments or train students on how to alter them with advanced pulse programming modules

  • Low maintenance – no cryogens, no preventative maintenance, automated shimming routines

  • Easy to remove broken NMR tubes - minimal downtime

  • Compact, portable – takes up minimal space and can be moved between labs

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