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picoSpin-45 Spectrometer

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The picoSpin-45 proton NMR spectrometer is a true breakthrough in chemical instrumentation. Now you can afford a dedicated NMR spectrometer for your research, for your manufacturing process or for your classroom. Liquid samples are simply injected into an internal capillary via front-panel fittings, and only 20 microliters of sample fluid is needed to obtain a spectrum.

A highly stable, temperature-controlled permanent magnet ensures easy maintenance-free operation without the need for liquid cryogens. The unit occupies a small fraction of the space of a conventional NMR spectrometer, and it does not require specialized knowledge or training for operation. NMR data is generated in the industry-standard JCAMP-DX format for compatibility with standard NMR data analysis packages. The unit's fluid capillary is contained within a cartridge, so it can be replaced easily by the user in case it becomes blocked or contaminated.

Product picoSpin-45 Spectrometer
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picoSpin LLC
5445 Conestoga Ct. Suite #202 Boulder, CO 80301 USA

Tel: +1.877.390.0465
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