Abstract

An NMR tube has been designed to allow stopped-flow NMR experiments to be done with no modification of the instrument. Thus this technique is made routine for organic and inorganic chemists. The tube can be used with any iron magnet or super-conducting system, but the technique requires a Fourier transform data collection capability. The tube is easily attached to standard stopped-flow supply and stopping syringes, making routine data collection possible at a 0.6 s/spectra sampling rate. A calibration procedure and a sample chemical kinetic study are included to demonstrate the use of the tube.

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