The Field-Cycling NMR technique is a technique that changes the magnetic fields of the sample during the experiment. This method can be conducted on the applications that require NMR parameters measurements at different magnetic fields, for instance, MRI contrast agent studies or protein dynamics or material science.
To measure NMR parameters at a wide magnetic field range meanwhile with high-resolution spectra, we designed a high-speed sample shuttling device working on a superconducting magnet (high-field NMR spectrometer). This design uses the advantage of high field spectrometers, which has a high-magnetic field and large magnetic field range in the stray field. The field switch is controlled by the speed of sample shuttling. This combination is called "High-Field Field-Cycling NMR".
|However, this implementation in high-field NMR brought significant challenges of hardware design:|
Our device, called "High-Field Field-Cycler" (HFFC), has successfully overcome these difficulties and reached stable and precise sample shuttling along the stray field.
Nowadays "High-Field Field-Cycler" (HFFC) is available commercially.
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