Agilent and Bridge12 collaborate on DNP-NMR systems

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Agilent Technologies is developing a series of new ultra high-field nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometers at 850 MHz and 1GHz and has entered into a co-marketing agreement with Bridge12 Technologies for an emerging application--dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP).

DNP can significantly improve measurement sensitivity for solid-state samples, according to Santa Clara, Calif.-based Agilent.

The co-marketing agreement enables the commercialization of DNP-NMR systems, including Bridge12’s terahertz gyrotron and transmission line system, added the company.