Benchtop NMR spectroscopy for the rapid analysis of food and pharmaceuticals

This webinar will introduce benchtop NMR spectroscopy as a technique and an overview of its use for high-throughput analysis in a range of applications. We demonstrate quantitation via traditional peak integrals, linear regression and chemometric approaches. The particular challenges associated with the use of low-field data are discussed, drawing on a selection of case studies from the food and health sectors.

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By the end of the webinar, you will:

  • Have an understanding of benchtop NMR as an analytical technique
  • Know more about the benefits and drawbacks of benchtop NMR for industrial analysis

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