(Nanowerk News) Chemistry and structural biology use the standard methods of NMR spectroscopy (NMR = nuclear magnetic resonance) to examine the structure of molecules including large molecules like proteins in solution. The NMR active nuclei, such as hydrogen atoms, are excited using radiofrequency pulses in spectrometers with strong magnetic fields. The different environments of the nuclei can be detected and conclusions about the molecular structure can be drawn from analysis of the generated spectra.
Even complex “molecular cages” can be analysed in more detail than ever before
The instruction manual allows easy adaptation to any spectrometer
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