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Now in its 15th year, NMR Knowledge Base deals with all aspect of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy including method developments in biomedical and protein NMR, and metabolomics, and related applications including drug discovery, food quality analysis and forensics. 

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Last Month's Most Accessed Feature: Xenon boost: Medical microfluidics

A microfluidic device that can generate polarised xenon-129 gas and detect it by nuclear magnetic resonance, NMR, spectroscopy at tiny concentrations has been developed by an international team. The device could give a noble boost to biomedical analysis and medical imaging.

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MRC the new Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry

It is with great pleasure that we introduce a new look for Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry (MRC) into the community. Together with an updated design, the editors have taken the opportunity to modernise and to develop the content and editorial structure to better serve the research needs of its authors and readers.

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The composition and structure of the calcium-silicate-hydrate (C–S–H) phases formed by hydration of white portland cement–metakaolin (MK) blends have been investigated using 27Al and 29Si MAS NMR.

Terrestrial NMR: Extra

David Bradley

Sep 1, 2014

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The Earth's magnetic field is strong enough for experiments in low-field NMR spectroscopy according to a research team from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, which is developing the technique for analysis of fluids in situ in their native environments.

Chemical rewiring: Nerve growth

David Bradley

Aug 15, 2014

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New research from and international team using NMR spectroscopy suggests that a single, small molecule might be able to persuade nerves damaged by injury to grow new connections, offering a future hope for people who suffer spinal injuries and paralysis.

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Understanding NMR Spectroscopy

James Keeler

May 2, 2012

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James Keeler, Editor-in-Chief of Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, discusses the high-resolution NMR of liquid samples, concentratring exclusively on spin-half nuclei (mainly 1H and 13C). It is aimed at people who are familiar with the use of routine NMR for structure determination and who wish to deepen their understanding of just exactly how NMR experiments work.

Agilent Research Products Division vice president and general manager, Regina Schuck talks about her experiences of a lifetime spent in NMR, including the most significant recent developments, the current challenges and a glimpse into the NMR of the future.

Agilent Research Products Division vice president and general manager, Regina Schuck describes how the recently-acquired nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy products are complementary to Agilent's mass spectrometry portfolio.

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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry is devoted to the rapid publication of papers which are concerned with the development of magnetic resonance techniques, or in which the application of such techniques plays a pivotal part. Contributions from scientists working in all areas of NMR, ESR and NQR are invited, and papers describing applications in all branches of chemistry, structural biology and materials chemistry are published.

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Seeing round corners

Steve Down

Aug 31, 2014

Objects hidden behind opaque screens or around corners can be visualised using the well-established technique of speckle interferometry combined with an angular memory effect, say French scientists, using a conventional digital camera or a camera phone.

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Pittcon 2014 Editors' Gold Award – Texas Instruments

Date: Mar 10, 2014

Eileen Skelly Frame talks with this year's Pittcon Editors' Award Gold winners, Texas Instruments, about their DLP NIR scan technology.

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