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Clear signals from surfaces

Nuclear magnetic resonance is a versatile analytical technique, but acquiring well-resolved NMR spectra of chemical surfaces has been hard. The coming of age of a spectral enhancement method should change all that.

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Figure 1: Enhanced NMR signals from surfaces.

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Griffin, R. Clear signals from surfaces. Nature 468, 381–382 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/468381a

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