Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer (NMR)
NMR is the abbreviation for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. It is an instrument used to observe the resonance phenomenon of nuclear spins by placing atomic nuclei in the magnetic field to analyze molecular structure of a substance at an atomic level. Specifically, it is useful in the analysis of organic compounds and polymer materials and used in the fields of pharmaceutical, biology, food, and chemistry. The application is even recently expanding to include the analysis of structural and physical properties of inorganic materials such as ceramics and batteries.
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