Learn how the benchtop X-Pulse and FlowNMR are revolutionising reaction monitoring

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In this hour-long, interactive webinar you will be introduced to benchtop FlowNMR spectroscopy, with experts from Oxford Instruments highlighting its impact on simplifying reaction monitoring with case studies using the X-Pulse NMR spectrometer. The webinar explores the technique’s fundamentals, its adaptability for monitoring various chemical reactions and processes, and its significance in providing immediate, real-time data. With a focus on diverse applications from lithium extraction to complex organic transformations, you will learn how FlowNMR can enhance efficiency and precision in any research lab.

This webinar – which aired live on 9th May 2024 – is suitable for chemists, process engineers, analytical scientists and research managers interested in applying benchtop NMR spectroscopy for innovative analysis and process optimisation.

By watching the recording of this webinar, you will:

  • Discover the principles and advantages of FlowNMR for chemical analysis
  • See how FlowNMR is applied across chemistry research
  • Find out why real-time monitoring streamlines experimental workflows and decision making
  • Gain insights into the evolving role of FlowNMR and its new applications
  • Uncover the wider capabilities of the X-Pulse benchtop NMR spectrometer

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Asad Saib

Asad Saib joined Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance in October 2023 as an applications scientist for the X-Pulse broadband benchtop NMR spectrometer. Asad completed his first degree at the University of Kent, UK, carrying out a master’s project in organometallic chemistry. Asad has almost finished writing up his PhD in FlowNMR at the University of Bath, UK.


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Robin Blagg

Robin Blagg joined Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance in October 2020 as the lead applications scientist for the X-Pulse; and was subsequently promoted to applications team leader, where he now coordinates the global magnetic resonance applications team.

Robin completed his first degree at the University of York, UK, then obtained his PhD in organometallic chemistry at the University of Bristol, UK, and undertook post-doctoral research at the Universities of Sussex, Manchester, and East Anglia; before joining Oxford Instruments. Robin is a chartered chemist, member of the Royal Society of Chemistry and serves on the committee of the RSC NMR discussion group.


Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance benchtop NMR spectroscopy and time domain (TD-NMR) relaxometry solutions enable novel research and optimise quality control. Our X-Pulse NMR spectrometers, with unique broadband multi-nuclei selection, identify molecular structure and monitor reaction dynamics.

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