This webinar will explore the use of pulsed field gradients for benchtop NMR, a technique typically used in high-field NMR spectroscopy to obtain essentially artifact-free spectra quickly and conveniently.
While the use of gradients has been in use since the 1960’s, the industry has adapted the technique to become a standard feature over the last decade in high-field NMR to obtain artifact-free spectra in a minimal amount of time. With the rise in popularity of benchtop NMR, we’ll explore the methodological advances in gradient pulses that enable users to enhance solvent or water suppression, perform DOSY experiments, and quickly acquire two-dimensional NMR spectra. Bruker’s new benchtop NMR, the Fourier 80, provides a compact desktop footprint and easy-to-use functionality, making high-performance NMR technology accessible to more labs and researchers than ever before.
Vice President of NMR Applications and Training, Bruker BioSpin
Contributing Editor, C&EN Media Group