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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

NMRDr Luca Fusaro, Research Logistician, is in charge of the development of the use of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) at the University of Namur. He collaborates with other researchers, helping them to obtain insights about variousdifferent systems.

In particular one of the most active field is solid state NMR, which is used to study a broad range of organic, inorganic materials, catalysts, glass. The standard nuclei are 13C, 27Al, 29Si, but more advanced applications are also used to study species which are often diluted , such as 67Zn, 71Ga, 119Sn.

Measurements at variable temperatures can also be performed with the available NMR equipment.