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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3W8_DTr40QU An NMR Instrument]
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3W8_DTr40QU An NMR Instrument]
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==List of topics in this section==
==List of topics in this section==

Revision as of 13:27, 9 August 2020

This is the starting page for the NMR section. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is an instrumental technique that looks at atoms. Why it works is the subject of much conjecture and several theories have successfully attempted to explain it, but no single theory describes everything about the process. It is a sad state of affairs that the question of why it works has remained unanswered since the 1940s. I blame Heisenberg and his uncertainty principle. If you think fundamental aspects of reality are unknowable then of course there is no reason to pursue them. Engineering has advanced rapidly since then, but physics will remain at a standstill until the uncertainty principle is discarded.

An NMR Instrument

Refilling the liquid nitrogen cryogen

List of topics in this section

  1. Walk-up NMR User Instructions
  2. Instruments
  3. Theories
  4. Interpretation of Results
  5. Pulse Sequences
  6. Research
  7. Journals
  8. Historical Literature
  9. Books
  10. Conferences
  11. NMR Contract Research Companies
  12. External NMR resources