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A Magic Angle Spinning Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Probe for Student Research in Material Science
College of Arts and Sciences
Students doing research in materials chemistry strive to understand the fundamental properties of materials, to elucidate the underlying atomic and molecular level mechanisms that give rise to these properties, and to create novel new materials with useful properties. Research in materials chemistry has applications in areas such as biomaterials, renewable energy, disease detection and treatment, communications technologies, as well as nanotechnology and associated fields. Here we apply for funding to acquire Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) equipment to support students studying solid materials in the Department of Chemistry and other programs.
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