NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROPHOTOMETER

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This apparatus is used in work conducted in the aforementioned laboratories. It consists of a console that houses all the electronic components, a superconducting magnet that the sample is placed on during analysis, probes that are used to analyze the sample (inside the magnet), a computer to control the instrument, and various heaters. An NMR is used to analyze samples to determine such things as purity of a compound, to confirm the structure of a compound (e.g., that a chemical reaction produced the desired end product), and to examine interactions between materials (e.g., how two materials might bind to each other and how that interaction influences molecular motions or how small molecules diffuse through larger molecules or membranes). It operates at 400 mHz frequency and is capable of analyzing both solid and liquid samples. It has multinuclear, multidimensional, and variable temperature capabilities.

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