Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance Webinar: Introduction to Benchtop NMR Spectroscopy

Benchtop NMR Spectroscopy

Due to its popularity, we are re-running one of the webinars we held last year, “Introduction to Benchtop NMR Spectroscopy” on Wednesday 28 April at 08:00 BST and 16:00 BST. This time, the webinar will include new applications in the field of battery research.

Benchtop NMR is a versatile and powerful tool for analytical chemistry. This webinar will cover the basic concepts of NMR and what is easily achievable with the X-Pulse broadband benchtop NMR system. Following the success of last year’s webinar, this webinar will also include new applications in the field of battery research.

By attending this webinar you will learn:

  • What benchtop NMR is
  • What types of data can be collected
  • How this data can be used to understand your chemistry
  • How X-Pulse allows you to analyse a wide range of nuclei

Date: Wednesday 28 April

Time: 08:00 BST (09:00 CET) and 16:00 BST (17:00 CET, 11:00 EDT)


James Sagar

James Sagar,

Strategic Product Manager at Oxford Instruments.

James has been Strategic Product Manager (benchtop NMR) at Oxford Instruments since January 2019. James joined Oxford Instruments in 2015 after performing post-doctoral research at University College London.


Robin Blagg,

Applications Scientist at Oxford Instruments.

Robin has been Applications Scientist at Oxford Instruments since October 2020, where he’s working on developing applications for the X-Pulse broadband benchtop NMR spectrometer. Robin obtained his PhD in organometallic chemistry at the University of Bristol, and also undertook post-doctoral research at the Universities of Sussex, Manchester, and East Anglia.

Marcel Lachenmann

Marcel Lachenmann,

Senior Applications Specialist at Oxford Instruments.

Marcel has been working on benchtop NMR applications at Oxford Instruments since 2013 and has many years of NMR experience. Marcel’s graduate studies at Harvard University focused on peptide structure and dynamics by NMR.