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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.


Deuterium (2H): Molecular dynamics in liquids and polymers

Lithium (7Li) and Fluorine (19F): Electrolytes / catalyst layer materials for batteries & liquid crystals

Enriched Carbon (13C) nuclei with low NMR sensitivity

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Literature Reference


"Perspectives of Deuteron Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry for Probing Molecular Dynamics in Soft Matter"

M. Flämig, M. Becher, M. Hofmann, T. Körber, B. Kresse, A. F. Privalov, L. Willner§, D. Kruk∥, F. Fujara, and E. A. Rössler, J. Phys. Chem. B 2016, 120, 31, 7754–7766 


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