Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a powerful analytical technique used in chemistry, biochemistry, and materials science to determine the molecular structure and properties of a sample. NMR works by subjecting the sample to a strong magnetic field and a radiofrequency pulse, which causes the nuclei in the sample to resonate and emit signals.


Magnetic Nuclear Resonance (NMR)

Different organic and inorganic molecules can be identified by their chemical makeup and structure using NMR, both in the liquid and solid states. The magnetic characteristics of various atomic nuclei and their interactions with other nuclei in a molecular environment are the focus of NMR investigations. Reconstruction and interpretation of this data can be utilized to ascertain a compound’s identity as well as its 2 and 3-dimensional structures. Numerous common nuclei, such as 1H, 13C, 29SI, and 31P, have been studied.

Typical uses for NMR include:

  • Identification and verification of chemicals
  • Analysis and support for chemical synthesis
  • quality assurance
  • Investigation & Development
  • The Characterization of Structure

Video 01: What’s Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)? How Does It Work? What’s It Used For? A Brief Introduction.


NMR is a valuable tool for understanding the structure and properties of molecules, and for advancing scientific research and development. With continued advancements in technology, NMR is expected to remain a vital analytical technique in the years to come.

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