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The hydrogen content of fuel is an important parameter as it determines the combustion properties of the fuel. Traditional methods such as smoke point, smoke volatility index and luminometer number are tedious, time-consuming and usually require skilled analysts. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) offers the opportunity to monitor the hydrogen content of fuels rapidly, non-destructively and with minimal sample preparation.

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