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A blog for the NMR users at the University of Ottawa and all others interested in NMR spectroscopy.

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Arguably, one of the highlights of the Christmas season is a delicious turkey dinner.  The most common condiment for the turkey is a tart, mouth watering cranberry sauce.  Have you ever wondered why cranberries are so sour?  The sour taste comes...
In a previous post it was shown how one could discriminate against broad NMR lines and emphasize sharp NMR lines by using a CPMG T2 filter.  This technique has tremendous power for getting detailed information from difficult samples.  Biological samples...
We have all been taught to tune our NMR probes to maximize the pulse power delivered to our sample (or minimize the reflected power back to the amplifier).  This prevents damage to the amplifiers and minimizes the duration of 90 pulses at fixed power levels. ...

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Arguably, one of the highlights of the Christmas season is a delicious turkey dinner.  The most common condiment for the turkey is a tart, mouth watering cranberry sauce.  Have you ever wondered why cranberries are so sour?  The sour taste comes...
In a previous post it was shown how one could discriminate against broad NMR lines and emphasize sharp NMR lines by using a CPMG T2 filter.  This technique has tremendous power for getting detailed information from difficult samples.  Biological samples...
We have all been taught to tune our NMR probes to maximize the pulse power delivered to our sample (or minimize the reflected power back to the amplifier).  This prevents damage to the amplifiers and minimizes the duration of 90 pulses at fixed power levels. ...