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Default How much benefit to expect from best NMR tubes?

How much benefit to expect from best NMR tubes?

Hello, how much benefit in resolution and signal-to-noise will we get when using 800 MHz rated tubes (on the 800 MHz instrument) vs 500+ MHz rated tubes?

Is it worth spending the extra money on ultra-high quality tubes for routine work at 800 MHz?

Thanks.



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