Tuesday, August 08, 2006

JMR; pressurized glass inserts for MAS rotors

Journal of Magnetic Resonance
Vol: 181, Issue: 2, August, 2006
pp. 229-232

Title: An easy way to prepare pressurized glass inserts for MAS rotors
Authors: Tallavaara, Pekkaa; Jokisaari, Jukkaa
Affiliations: a. NMR Research Group, Department of Physical Sciences, University of Oulu, P.O. Box 3000, FIN-90014 University of Oulu, Finland
Keywords: MAS rotor insert; Xenon; Liquid crystal; Porous material; Pressurised sample
Abstract (English):

A novel technique to prepare pressurized glass insert samples for MAS rotors is described. In this technique, a small drop of epoxy is added to the tip of a piston and the gas is squeezed into the insert by pressing the piston. The amount of gas, i.e., pressure, in the sample can be controlls doing it better, it's all over.

I have a post up on the Killer Year Blog on the subject. It deals with writing, but the message applies to any kind of hula hoop you're trying to keep in the air.

1 comment:

aaronrossini said...

Where is the "I have a post up on the Killer Year Blog on the subject. It deals with writing, but the message applies to any kind of hula hoop you're trying to keep in the air." bit from? Was this from some sort of sharpreader service or something?