NMR has proved to be a powerful and versatile method for the exploration of material structures on a range of length scales. NMR imaging is the best known method but becomes very difficult when distance of interest are of the order of microns or less. This talk will consider the way in which NMR, a technique using wavelengths of the order of metres, can be used to probe structures on length scales from nanometres to centimetres. Examples of the use of NMR to explore various aspects of structure in foods and pharmaceuticals using relaxometry, diffusion measurements and spectra will be given as well as a discussion of the limitations of these techniques.
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Department of Chemistry
University College London
20 Gordon Street
London, WC1H 0AJ
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The lecture will be preceded by tea/coffee in the Nyholm room and followed by a Mixer in the Nyholm Room.
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Professor Peter Belton
University of East Anglia