Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and its key role in environmental research.

  title={Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and its key role in environmental research.},
  author={Andre J. Simpson and Myrna J. Simpson and Ronald Soong},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={46 21},
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is arguably the most powerful and versatile tool in modern science. It has the capability to solve complex structures and interactions in situ even in complex heterogeneous multiphase samples such as soil, plants, and tissues. NMR has vast potential in environmental research and can provide insight into a diverse range of environmental processes at the molecular level be it identifying the binding site in human blood for a specific contaminant or the… CONTINUE READING
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