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As a spectroscopic method, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has been used for more than 50 years. The spin characteristics of a molecule’s nucleus, which are an intrinsic magnetic feature, have helped to reveal structural information about molecules for half a century – but what does the future hold for NMR spectroscopy?

The standard NMR setup includes the following:

  • The source of the magnetic field needed to spin the atoms
  • Providing a radio frequency (RF) pulse through
  • A detector and a sample holder

NMR’s future appears to be so promising because it is a method that is becoming more and more popular around the globe. For instance, one of Europe’s top independent testing labs switched to a tabletop NMR analyzer when they needed a different, more accurate, approach than the usual wet chemical method to measure the quantity of fat in a variety of meals.

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