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It was noted that mass spectrometry could be sensitive to species at the 1% mol fraction, well below what can be measured by nuclear magnetic resonance for the examples described.
Several blends were characterized by solid state nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation measurements (NMR).
Palumbo has extensive experience and peer-review work in magic-angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonance as well as x-ray crystallography.
5 Tesla nuclear magnetic resonance imagers with an included Faraday cage.
Augustine and graduate student April Weekley devised an apparatus that holds an entire bottle of corked wine inside a nuclear magnetic resonance machine.
a leading developer of medical diagnostics using proprietary applications of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, announced today that Richard O.
Contract notice: Supply, installation and start-up of console for nmr spectrophotometer and software for usal nuclear magnetic resonance center.
Next, the researchers fed the diatoms an isotope of silicon that a nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instrument can detect.
12, 2007 edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)], are based on the understanding that crystallography and nuclear magnetic resonance, the traditional methods of examining protein structure, are not as effective on very large protein molecules.
5 tesla nuclear magnetic resonance apparatuses with an included faraday cage.
By subjecting a glass vial of the liquid to radio signals from a laboratory instrument called a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, the scientists manipulated the seven-bit molecules to compute the factors of the number 15, namely, 5 and 3.

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