Introduction to solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) at the Slovenian NMR Centre
Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance is one of the most powerful spectroscopic techniques, because it can provide element-specific atomic-resolution insight into solids. It exploits atomic nuclei with magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments as tiny probes for the detection of the local magnetic and electric fields. Through the detection of these fields, solid-state NMR offers insight into the local structure, processes and dynamics in solids.
This video shows how solid-state NMR works, what samples can be studied and the research domains it can be used for.
To get more insights on NMR spectroscopy, watch also the video on Liquid-state NMR at: https://youtu.be/rX28mVzGeuQ
Keywords: Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, NMR, life sciences, battery research, pharmaceutical research, NMR spectra, NMR spectroscopy, Slovenian NMR Centre, CERIC, Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium
Resource type: video
Target audience: researchers, scientists, PhD students, researchers in energy materials, chemists
Difficulty level: Medium