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Magnetic Resonance exploits the magnetic properties of molecules present in a sample when it is introduced into a magnetic field. The excitation is produced by electromagnetic radiation influence of radio waves or microwaves on the sample. The resulting spectrum allows obtaining structural information of the molecules under analysis, which is very valuable both in terms of quality and quantity.
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