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Microcell for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analyses

Volume 21, Number 3 (June 1967) Page 183-184

Flath, R.A.; Henderson, N.; Lundin, R.E.; Teranishi, R.

The use of a commercially available all-glass spherical sample-chamber microcell in combination with a time-averaging computer for nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) analyses of microsamples has recently been reported. Brame has described a technique for trapping small gas-chromatographically isolated samples directly in such an all-glass NMR microcell. A somewhat different, easily fabricated microcell has been constructed and tested in our laboratories with excellent results. The design is a modification of a cell first described by Frei and Niklaus.