Update January 2016: The webinar has now been withdrawn from the Physics World web site. Please contact us if you are interested in this topic.
On September 17, 2014, Metrolab gave a webinar on NMRNuclear Magnetic Resonance. A resonance phenomenon seen when you irradiate a sample in a magnetic field with an RF field.... magnetometers, including the introduction of the all-new PT2026.
This webinar was part of the IOP webinar series (Institute of Physics, publisher of Physics World). The outline of the talk was as follows:
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is the "gold standard" for magnetometry, with precisionPrecision is how closely multiple measurements will be clustered. Also called reproducibility or repeatability. In everyday speech, often confused with... of under 1 ppmParts per million, or 10-6. Bigger than a ppb, but still pretty darn small.... and zero driftThe gradual loss of an instrument's accuracy. NMR teslameters drift because their time base drifts; this can be easily checked and.... During this webinar you will learn about: - the principles, applications and limitations of this astounding measurement technique; - Metrolab's family of NMRNuclear Magnetic Resonance. A resonance phenomenon seen when you irradiate a sample in a magnetic field with an RF field.... magnetometers, which, since their introduction in 1986, have established themselves as unrivalled reference instruments for standards and research laboratories such as CERN, and production tools for MRI system manufacturers such as Philips, Siemens and GE; - the latest member of this instrument family, a flexible and modern laboratory instrument that pushes back the key limitations of NMRNuclear Magnetic Resonance. A resonance phenomenon seen when you irradiate a sample in a magnetic field with an RF field.... magnetometers by nearly an order of magnitudeThe magnetic field is a vector quantity. We may be interested in its individual components or its total magnitude....: rangeThe range of a probe is defined by the minimum and maximum field strength it can measure. On an instrument,..., resolutionResolution measures the ability of a magnetometer to distinguish ("resolve") two nearly identical field values. Related to precision, but not to..., speed, field inhomogeneity and probeThe actual sensor that is placed in the magnetic field. The NMR probe contains the NMR sample; the Hall probe... size.
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