Automated Chemical Mixture Analysis by Benchtop NMR: As easy as it gets

Webinar Overview

From product innovation to quality control, industrial value chains require tailored solutions for various analytical testing environments. Bruker’s Distributed Laboratory Topology concept features harmonized methods whilst meeting various deployment requirements.

Today the speakers will present a new solution for benchtop Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR): A fully automated workflow from sample to report. Identification and quantification of constituents in a mixture will be introduced for incoming goods, process, and quality control.

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

11:00 AM EDT / 5:00 PM CEST

What to expect

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a well-established key-technology for analytical chemistry within various industries. The capability of targeted and untargeted identification and quantification of known and unknown substances in mixtures is a prominent advantage. From high-resolution floor-standing instruments to easy-to-operate benchtop systems: Bruker offers the broadest NMR portfolio suiting any deployment requirement whilst featuring method harmonization across the whole value chain.

As time-to-result is a critical measure in manufacturing environments, sending samples to different locations for analysis is not always meeting timeline expectations. An easy-to-deploy and robust method for identification and quantification of constituents in non-complex mixtures would directly provide the result where it is needed: at the loading ramp of incoming goods, during production process steps, or with final product quality control.

Bruker now introduces a new method for fully automated identification and quantification of constituents in mixtures where no NMR-spectroscopist knowledge is required. The highly customizable solution leads directly from sample to report without the need of NMR data interpretation.

Key Learning Objectives

  • How to take advantage of NMR without expert knowledge 
  • How to automatically identify and quantify substances without specific reference material 
  • How to apply operator independent high-throughput profiling  
  • How distributed laboratory topology enables exchange of expertise 
  • How to adapt to new formulations 

Who Should Attend?

Laboratory Manager , Head of Department , Division President , Senior & Principal Scientist , R&D Manager , QA/QC Manager , New Product Developer , Lead Quality Engineer , Technology Scout , Manufacturing Manager 


Dr. Joerg Koehler

Head of Business Unit Industrial, Bruker BioSpin, Ettlingen, Germany

Dr. Joerg Koehler studied physics and holds a doctoral degree from the Institute of Biophysics and Physical Biochemistry of the University of Regensburg. After several positions in sales, sales management, and business administration he joined Bruker as Head of Business Unit Industrial. Today Dr. Joerg Koehler is accountable for Bruker’s global activities in magnetic resonance in various industrial market segments including forensics.


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