From R&D to QC, making NMR accessible for everyone


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Putting NMR spectroscopy at the heart of the analytical chemistry lab

For many decades, access to nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has been an intrinsic requirement for any analytical chemistry lab. But NMR instruments often demanded substantial space, special facilities and expert users, limiting usability in synthetic chemistry and industrial labs. In this white paper from Oxford Instruments, discover how low-cost NMR can now be used in almost any laboratory environment and uncover its fast-growing applications.

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Download free now to discover the advances in broadband benchtop NMR technology that make low-cost NMR spectroscopy accessible and valuable for all analytical scientists. Explore the recent innovations that expand benchtop NMR applications beyond structural identification to variable temperature reaction monitoring, flow chemistry and electrolyte diffusion, and find out why dramatic cost increases in liquid helium make using low-cost broadband benchtop instruments even more attractive.

The white paper includes examples of benchtop NMR applications in R&D, reaction monitoring, quality control and education, as well as information about:

  • The range of chemical, physical and structural information provided by benchtop NMR
  • How benchtop NMR is applied in R&D and QA/QC for applications from batteries to food authenticity
  • The benefits of its flexibility for education, research and manufacturing
  • The specific cost savings of benchtop NMR over high field NMR