- Detection of low-field nuclear magnetic resonance
- Low applied fields < 3 Gauss
- Narrow line width < 10Hz
- Easy operation and maintenance
- Without chemical shift
If the magnetization vector has a non-zero component in the xy plane, then the precessing magnetisation will induce a corresponding oscillating voltage in a detection coil surrounding the sample. This time-domain signal is typically digitised and then Fourier transformed in order to obtain a frequency spectrum of the NMR signal i.e. the NMR spectrum. The gyrolyzer now analyzes the FID signal and shows the relationship between Larmor frequency and applied magnetic field (Gauss). Professors and assistant teacher and easily teach nuclear magnetic resonance to students.
|Gyrolyzer||Low-field NMR reader||85cm*75cm*48cm|
- Applications Content:Observing the magnetic hysteresis curve including saturated magnetization, magnetic remanence and magnetic coercivity.
- Applications Content:Experimental course of basic physics or magnetic science.