Low-field NMR of polymer materials: An introduction to characterising multicomponent polymer systems

Low-cost and high-accuracy is essential for effective polymer characterisation, providing an opportunity for low-field nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to replace costlier and destructive methods. In this webinar, our speakers discuss the key factors that play a role in the ability of low-field NMR to analyse polymer systems in the choice of appropriate sample and spectroscopy parameters.

Key topics covered include the impact of instrumental parameters, sample concentration and polymer molecular weight on spectral quality as evaluated through signal-to-noise-ratio, and quantitative comparisons with high-field (400 MHz) spectroscopy.

By the end of the webinar, you will have learnt:

  • The impact and choice of NMR instrumental parameters
  • The influence of polymer sample properties
  • More about benchtop NMR polymer analysis
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Our Speakers

Marcel Lachenmann - Oxford Instruments
Senior Applications Specialist

Marcel has been working on benchtop NMR applications at Oxford Instruments since 2013 and has many years of NMR experience. Mar...

Dr Bryan S. Beckingham - Auburn University
Assistant Professor

Dr. Bryan S. Beckingham received his B.S in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University in 2007, his Ph.D. degree in Chemical...