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Might anyone donate a lower end NMR instrument?

Hello, I am working in this really small university and things would be so better if we had a 60 or 90 MHz. I was wondering if any of you would know any means by which we could acquire one. May be there would be some organization that is willing to donate a functional one because they are upgrading. or may be some other reason. If I want to find out if anyone is donating an NMR where should I go. Are there any other such venues? thank you



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