The use of nitrogen and liquid nitrogen for your NMR instrument

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, most commonly known as NMR spectroscopy or magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), is an analytical technique for determining the structure of organic compounds by observing local magnetic fields around atomic nuclei. In order to work, NMR spectrometers require nitrogen or liquid nitrogen to maintain the temperature of the superconducting magnet. So, we have an important role in gas supply for them.

F-DGSi is a manufacturer of gas generators designed to meet all gas requirements for TOC application. All of F-DGSi’s gas generators are at the forefront of performance and have been tested and approved by each of the major instrument manufacturers to provide the right quality of gas that will ensure the best results.

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