Educational curricula trends are shifting towards hands-on, guided-inquiry approaches that help students obtain meaningful learning. As chemistry laboratories provide the perfect opportunity for students to supplement cognitive learning with psychomotor skills, an increasing number of analytical characterization techniques have been incorporated into procedures (e.g., UV-Vis, IR). Even though NMR is the most commonly used characterization technique in inorganic and organic chemistry, it is usually the least available to undergraduate students. As the biggest restriction to including NMR spectroscopy in laboratories is the limited accessibility of high-field NMR, the NMReady provides an easy solution. It is compact, portable and easy-to-use. Moreover, it does not require weekly maintenance and is designed to minimize damage occurred by broken NMR tubes.
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