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Hi.I would like to run NQR test.I have some questions about it.are there any machines for this technique?if yes,please tell me machine's name.what kind of prob should we use for this? what is its applications?

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NQR is a zero field resonance. If you have a broad band probe that can tune to the NQR transition you are interested in, you can obtain a resonance by taking the probe out of the magnet. Of course you have to have a pretty good idea of the resonance frequency. Otherwise searching can be fairly difficult.

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answered Dec 21 '12 at 09:19

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Dear Thomas;Hi I have a question about NQR test from you. We have a 500MHz BRUKER AVANCE spectrometer.unfortunately its has been quenched.we have 2 probes:5mmQNP and 5mmBBI.Can we run NQR test with this machine?if yes,please tell me how can we do it?

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answered May 24 '13 at 06:37

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Spectrometer Tecmag Redstone. Digital NQR console available with multiple RF transmitters, high power linear amplifiers, multiple digital receivers, and low noise figure preamplifiers. The Redstone NQR console can be configured to cover a frequency range of 2 kHz to 3.5 GHz. http://www.tecmag.com/

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answered Jun 10 '13 at 00:34

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