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NMR Microscopy systems are used in so many different fields of research, in physics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, medicine, food technology, materials science, chemical engineering and others. The NMR-specific properties of the object... Read more...
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Pulsed-field-gradient (PFG) NMR techniques have been used for many years to measure diffusion and other molecular motion in liquids and solids, and interest in various applications continues to grow.
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The MicWB40 probe has been developed for micro-imaging of small objects (max. diam. 30 mm) in wide bore magnets (89 mm ID). The probe has an outer diameter of 40 mm and fits into the separate Micro2.5 gradient system.
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The micro-imaging probe Micro 5 has been developed for applications with standard bore magnets (52 mm ID) for the investigation of small objects with diameters of
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