Teaching Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in High School

Low-field nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a low-cost option for students to apply principles taught in physics and chemistry courses. A low-field NMR was built to teach concepts on magnetic fields, resonance, and atomic and molecular structure in both physics and chemistry courses. All the information will be presented to build an NMR on a science budget and lesson plans used will be shared and evaluated.


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