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September 1st, 2004

NMR could go to nanoscale

Abstract:
Chemical physicists at the California Institute of Technology have developed a new approach to nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). The new method - known as better observation of magnetisation, enhanced resolution and no gradient - can image liquids as well as solids, and could lead to the development of portable NMR instruments that might be used at the micron scale and below.

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