Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. What? How? Why?
- Event time: 1:00pm
- Event date: 1st October 2001
- Speaker: Malcolm Robertson (University of Edinburgh)
- Location: Room 2511, James Clerk Maxwell Building (JCMB) James Clerk Maxwell Building Peter Guthrie Tait Road Edinburgh EH9 3FD GB
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is well known in a Chemistry context as a spectroscopic technique capable of delivering highly detailed structural information. Depending on the exact form of the NMR measurement, the observed spectrum is governed by one or more of several parameters that can reflect the local or macroscopic dynamics of the nuclei under investigation. Less widely realised is the enormous potential for its application in Physics and Materials Science.
This is a weekly series of informal talks given primarily by members of the soft condensed matter and statistical mechanics groups, but is also open to members of other groups and external visitors. The aim of the series is to promote discussion and learning of various topics at a level suitable to the broad background of the group. Everyone is welcome to attend..