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Default Difference between H 50 W and X 100 W Amplifiers

Difference between H 50 W and X 100 W Amplifiers

We have been trying to get a 2D H-F experiment to work using the X 100 W amplifier on our Bruker NMR, but can't get it to work with either H or F even though we get a pretty decent RG value. Does anyone know the difference between the X 100 W and H 50 W amplifers?



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