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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy is based on nuclear magnetic moment transition within a strong static and homogenous magnetic field B0. These transitions as caused by the application of an electromagnetic irradiation in the region of 1000 – 10 MHz depending on the field strength. The resonance frequency of a particular nucleus, such as 1H, is not constant but it depends on the electronic environment of the proton. Based on this property NMR has made a tremendous impact, at a molecular level, in many areas of chemistry, biology and medicine.










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