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Cryogenic MAS NMR Probe: Collaboration for Commercialization with Revolution NMR

A Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) probe is a device that inserts into the magnet of an NMR spectrometer and contains both the radio-frequency circuitry for NMR experiments and the sample of interest. Magic-angle Spinning (MAS) is a technique in which the sample is rotated around an axis inclined at a 54.7 degree angle to the external magnetic field during experiments. This is a collaboration to produce a NMR probe capable of performing experiments on biochemical samples with MAS at sample temperatures of approximately 25 K.

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http://www.revolutionnmr.com/Tycko_Probe_Data_Sheet_ENC_2012.pdf

tao@niddk.nih.gov

Thurber, Kent

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