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Default A temperature-controlled sample shuttle for field-cycling NMR

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A temperature-controlled sample shuttle for field-cycling NMR

Today, something that has nothing to do with DNP-NMR spectroscopy, but is a cool piece of equipment.




Hall, Andrew M.R., Topaz A.A. Cartlidge, and Giuseppe Pileio. “A Temperature-Controlled Sample Shuttle for Field-Cycling NMR.” Journal of Magnetic Resonance 317 (August 2020): 106778. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2020.106778.


<div style="text-align: justify;">We present a design for a temperature-controlled sample shuttle for use in NMR measurements at variable magnetic field strength. Accurate temperature control was achieved using a mixture of waterethylene glycol as a heat transfer fluid, reducing temperature gradients across the sample to
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