Webinar Oxford Magnetic Resonance ACS
Benchtop NMR spetroscopy for the rapid analysis of food and pharmaceuticals. May 5, 2020 - 17:00 CEST Duration: 60 Minutes
This webinar presents a brief introduction to benchtop NMR spectroscopy as a technique and an overview of its use for high-throughput analysis in a range of applications. We demonstrate quantitation via traditional peak integrals, linear regression and chemometric approaches. The particular challenges associated with the use of low-field data are discussed, drawing on a selection of case studies from the food and health sectors.
Speaker: Marcel Lachenmann - Senior Applications Specialist, Oxford Instruments
Speaker: Prof Kate Kemsley - Head, Core Science Resources, Quadram Institute Bioscience
Oxford Magnetic Resonance X-Pulse
A new revolution in benchtop NMR has arrived. With true broadband X-nuclei capability on a single system, flow chemistry, reaction monitoring and variable temperature with superior spectral resolution, X-Pulse allows you to perform a huge range of experiments on a laboratory benchtop.
X-Pulse uses a 60MHz permanent magnet that can be located in a standard laboratory and requires no liquid cryogens. X-Pulse may be used with 5mm NMR tubes, or an easy to use continuous flow cell.
The system is controlled by simple to use data acquisition software making it easy to perform routine experiments. Complex experiments can be performed by advanced users.