FFC NMR relaxometry is mostly used for proton-based analyses (1H nucleus), as detailed in the other applications pages. It is however possible to study dispersion curves or simpler decay curves of T1 for other nuclei, such as deuterium (2H), fluorine (19F), lithium (7Li), compounds enriched in carbon-13 (13C) and more.
FFC NMR relaxometry can offer solutions for the food and agriculture industries, particularly for quality control, shelf-life and denomination of origin. The NMRD profile is sensitive to dehydration, oxidation, spoilage, and the addition of additives… Continue reading “FOOD & AGRICULTURE”
FFC NMR relaxometry can offer a range of solutions in healthcare, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and preclinical and clinical research applications, in particular in biomedical detection with clinical MR imaging contrast agents. Please contact Stelar if you… Continue reading “BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS”
FFC NMR relaxometry has found applications in some key industries, such as oil and polymers, as well as in basic research. Herein are some examples of the most popular materials FFC applications. Please contact Stelar… Continue reading “MATERIALS SCIENCE”