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NMR Concepts & Operating Techniques 02

Electrical Current and Magnetic Fields

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Dr. Traficante discusses how magnetic fields are formed around a coil of wire. This concept is then used to explain shielding of nuclei, chemical shift anisotropy, and the purpose of transmitter coils inside a probe.

  • Magnetic Field Around a Solenoid Carrying a Current
  • Demonstration of Superconductivity
  • Shielding
  • Chemical Shift Anisotropy


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Daniel D. Traficante
Daniel D. Traficante

Dr. Traficante obtained his Ph.D. in 1962 from MIT in the field of synthetic organic chemistry. He has worked in the NMR field since 1962, and in the early 1970s he pioneered multi-nuclear instrumentation. He has built probes, reassembled spectrometers, and developed new software programs to enhance the signal-to-noise ratio and the resolution of NMR spectra. His current research in the areas of structure determination, instrumentation, and data processing provide him with knowledge and expertise that are applicable to a broad audience. His organic chemistry background, plus his expertise in electronics, gives his lectures a special depth and appreciation for the field. Dr. Traficante is known throughout the world as an outstanding educator.


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  Basic Concepts In NMR
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