nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

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nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Abbreviation: NMR spectroscopy
A technique that uses the characteristic absorption of nuclei inside a strong magnetic field to identify and characterize molecules.
See also: spectroscopy


examination by means of a spectroscope.

nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
technique depending on measurements of specific radiofrequency emissions produced in a strong magnetic field from molecules containing nuclei with magnetic properties, e.g. 31P, the most prevalent isotope of phosphorus.
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