Zero field NMR spectroscopy
from Physics World
Conventional NMR requires the sample to be placed in a very high magnetic field, which needs large and expensive superconducting magnets. But
an innovative technique
employing polarization of
proton spin isomers
and an optical atomic magnetometer has made zero-field NMR spectroscopy on a complex hydrocarbon molecule accessible.
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