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Field Cycling Technology Ltd.

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We, Field Cycling Technology Ltd., are specialized in unique instrumentation for High-Resolution Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry and also focus on the continuous development of this technology.

The Field-Cycling technique in NMR (FCNMR) has been applied to various field-dependent studies. Several keywords, NMR dispersion (NMRD), and relaxometry, all point to the field-cycling technique in NMR. The main idea is to measure relaxation in the axis of Larmor frequency. Its applications include material science, such as polymer dynamics, and structural biologies, such as membrane dynamics and protein dynamics, and relaxivity measurements on contrast agents in the MRI field, etc.
To have magnetic field dependent measurement on studies samples, we have designed a compact mechanical sample shuttle device to reach "field-cycling" in NMR experiments. For the related technologies please visit our Technology and Products.
This technology has been applied to several studies, such as protein dynamics, polymer analysis, even contrast agent synthesis for MRI purposes. For more detail please visit Applications. We currently open field-cycling NMR service as well. Any questions or inquiries for our service, please submit your information on Service.

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Look for proper tools in NMR rooms!

To reduce dangers and accidents of operations on high-field magnets, selected non-sparking and non-magnetic tools are targeting at durable and safe to high magnetic field exposure, working range up to 20Tesla, even more. Common metric tools for NMR/MRI maintenance are available now!

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Field Cycling Communication

Ever since the early days of field-cycling NMR, the dynamics of molecules in the liquid or the solid state have been at the center of interest; even more, combination of both phases such as the motion of molecules on solid surfaces ask for the versatility of measuring the longitudinal relaxation time as a function of magnetic field strength. “Molecular dynamics” in this sense covers two different aspects: the statistics of rotational and translational motion of small molecules that are assumed as rigid, and the consequences of internal motion on the overall mobility in larger molecules such as polymers. ...