The biggest place we need help is in acquiring information related to solid state NMR and organizing this information to best benefit those using and interested in using SSNMR to solve scientific and engineering questions. We are passionate about, and devoted to keeping this resource free and open to everyone; so please save your funding for spending on solving questions with NMR. If you have any SSNMR related knowledge that you would like to share, please e-mail the address at the bottom of this page.
In 2015 we had the idea that the solid state NMR research field was in need of a stronger community, which we believe will in turn remove some of the barriers hindering interest in and use of this spectroscopy technique.
Despite the remarkable capabilities of solid state NMR for characterizing materials, the technique is almost always a novelty experiment limited to expert practitioners and laboratories. In contrast to similar materials characterization techniques, such as X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), or Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), we lack a vibrant and growing community interested in using SSNMR to solve solid state problems.
We believe this will have the biggest impact, and help build the strongest community, if this website was free for everyone to use. Most of us need to be saving our budgets for rising helium costs anyway!
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McCarty, Ryan J. Solid State NMR 2019