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Einführung in Time Domain NMR

Die Zeitbereichs-NMR (Time Domain NMR) wird für QA/QC-Anwendungen in der Lebensmittel-, Ölsaaten-, Textil- und anderen Industrien verwendet; sie ersetzt in erster Linie nasschemische Methoden zur Messung des Öl-/Fettgehaltes. Es ist auch möglich, verschiedene Phasen zu messen, z.B. den Festfettgehalt während des Schmelzens von Speiseölen/-fetten und den amorphen oder kristallinen Gehalt, die mit verschiedenen physikalischen und chemischen Eigenschaften von Polymeren korrelieren. Die Zeitbereichs-NMR kann auch zur Bestimmung von Poren- und Tröpfchengrößenverteilungen verwendet werden.

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Analysis of oils and fats in food manufacturing

Time domain NMR is used to measure oil/fat, solid fat, water and droplet size in many factories world-wide. Samples are measured as is without extraction or other alteration therefore results are more consistent than methods which rely upon an operator to follow a procedure with multiple steps or use their judgement to read the correct result. This webinar is intended to inform how TD-NMR can be used for food manufacturing.


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Low-field NMR of polymer materials: An introduction to characterizing multicomponent polymer systems

Are you struggling with costly and destructive polymer characterization methods? Don’t miss the chance to learn how low cost, high accuracy polymer characterization can be achieved with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy.

Discover how benchtop NMR spectroscopy characterizes polymer composition, microstructure, physical properties and monitors synthesis reactions.

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Introduction to NMR for Core Analysis

In this webinar, we discuss the use of NMR for laboratory measurements on rock core plugs. The webinar is intended for those working in the field of core analysis but with little or no experience of NMR.

We start with a very brief explanation of where the NMR signals come from in a core sample, and what factors affect the signals. We then go on to explain how the signals are analysed to give information on basic parameters such as porosity, free/bound fluid ratios, and T2 cutoff.

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