What does SS stand for?
SS stands for Spin Spectrometer
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Compare Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometers across specifications and manufacturers at Labcompare.com.
Get a dedicated NMR spectrometer for your research, manufacturing process or classroom with the affordable Thermo Scientific™ picoSpin™ 45 NMR spectrometer. A true breakthrough in chemical instrumentation, the picoSpin 45 NMR Spectrometer occupies a fraction of the space of a conventional NMR spectrometer and doesn’t require specialized knowledge or training for operation. Liquid samples are simply injected into an internal capillary via front-panel fittings, and only 30 microliters of sample fluid is needed to obtain a spectrum.
Neutron Spin Echo (NSE) spectrometers use the Larmor precession of the neutrons' magnetic moment in a magnetic field as an internal clock to time the transit of the individual neutrons through two large solenoids, one placed before and one placed after the sample. This method allows one to obtain the highest energy resolution possible (sub μeV) over a wide range of incident wavelengths.
The picoSpin 80 spectrometer enables students and technicians with limited NMR experience to use the power of NMR spectroscopy to identify chemical compounds or elucidate their structure. The instrument’s fluid capillary system is contained within a replaceable cartridge and only requires 40 microliters of a liquid sample. Its temperature-controlled permanent magnet does not require cryogens, eliminating the need for consumables or custom laboratory facilities.