Research CommentariesChemistry

Rethinking Solution NMR

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Science  17 Apr 1998:
Vol. 280, Issue 5362, pp. 398-399
DOI: 10.1126/science.280.5362.398

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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is one of the most powerful tools for structural analysis in the chemist's arsenal. In his Research Commentary, Warren discusses results reported in the same issue by Glaser et al. in which the conventional view of NMR in liquids is being rethought. The new way of looking at NMR is leading to improved techniques and the ability to study a larger range of molecules.