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Reaction Monitoring

Understanding how a system changes over time can be challenging to study. Oftentimes, it requires freezing or quenching a system so that reliable timepoints can be acquired. However, NMR provides opportunities for researchers to study their sample in real-time as it changes, yielding valuable insights into the processes taking place.

Reaction monitor courtesy of Bruker Biospin.
  • Deeper understanding of catalysts in real time
  • Kinetics of chemical reactions
  • Manufacturing process optimization
  • Reaction yield monitoring
  • Real-time monitoring of single samples across a variety of temperature ranges (-50 °C to 130 °C).
  • A continuous-flow apparatus that allows for real-time monitoring of larger reaction volumes, including biological reactions.
  • Isotopic labeling to track nuclei and evaluate reaction pathways.

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