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NMR system Applications

  • Benchtop NMR Spectroscopy on liquid food samples

    Quality control is a constant challenge in food science and technology. High resolution proton NMR spectroscopy has been extensively used to characterize liquid foodstuffs, but due to the high cost of large superconducting NMR systems these methods have largely been limited to research labs. The Spinsolve benchtop NMR spectrometer can be used to analyse commercial liquid food samples. It is worth noting that NMR can measure samples that are cloudy, coloured or bubbly, and does not require the traditional sample...

    By Magritek Ltd. based in Malvern, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Laboratory equipments for fluorine in industrial & construction waste

    Measuring Fluorine in Industrial and Construction Waste using Benchtop NMR MQC Analyser. Processing and recycling of industrial and construction waste often requires measuremetns of fluorine content in the materials. It mostly relates to monitoring potential emission of toxic fluorine gas and optimisation of the waste processing. Our benchtop NMR analyser MQC systems provide a fast, simple and accurate method of measuring fluorine in liquid and dry waste. The NMR technique does not require the use of any chemicals...

    By Oxford Instruments plc based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Laboratory equipments for fluid typing

    GeoSpec2 instruments fitted with Pulsed Field Gradients (pfg) are able to carry out measurements dependent on the diffusion, flow, or distribution of the fluids within the core sample. One application is for fluid typing. It is possible that different fluids, such as heavy oils and partially bound water, may exhibit similar T2 values, which makes it difficult to identify which fluid is which using a standard T2 distribution. However, even if they have similar T2 values they are unlikely also to have similar...

    By Oxford Instruments plc based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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