|A very large cavity magnetic resonance spectrometer for innovative concepts and applications|
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is a powerful analytical tool that allows a wide variety of studies of matter, in all its forms. It involves very low energies and combines multi-scale properties for atomic and molecular analysis as well as macroscopic analysis of deep tissues. It suffers mainly from two defects: its lack of sensitivity and its inability to study large objects in a high magnetic field.
The acquisition of an NMR spectrometer/imager with a large cavity magnet will let more place in a high magnetic field and opens up new perspectives, such as:
Last update : 04/15 2019 (2699)