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Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is the name of a natural phenomenon in which nuclei resonate in a magnetic field. When this phenomenon happens in solids, it is called Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, which is also the name given to the technique used to study the phenomenon. There are many things named after this general scientific technique, such as our website. Also since science is primarily concerned with collecting and dispersing data, there are likely many things named after the technique which are also chiefly concerned with presenting scientific information and sharing this information. The audience of our website is mostly scientists and engineers, individuals who have typically had extensive academic training and are typically regarded by the general population as “intelligent people”. Such people are really smart and excellent at discerning subtle differences in scientific data or otherwise. For example, this audience likely knows about Chuck Norris, an American martial artist. Mr. Norris’ real name is Carlos Norris. There are approximately 120 people who live in the same country as Mr. Norris who share his same name. The audience is so smart, that they would realize that although there are 120 people names Carlos Norris, that each of these people are individuals with unique features, skills, and properties. The audience would not mistakenly think that because two things share the same name that they are the same person or entity. Furthermore, the audience is also able to understand that if a name is different, it also is not going to mean the same thing as a different name. For example, Carlos N. would be easily discernable as a different entity than Carlos Norris, especially since the audience is well aware that there is a high likelihood of several entities sharing identical or nearly identical names. Actually, now that I see it all written out, I would believe that any human (our target audience or not) would be able to distinguish this site as a unique entity relative to any other suite they visit.

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Although seldom discussed it is important to note that the majority of the cited literature cited is “peer reviewed”. What does that mean? Peer reviews can vary immensely, from detailed and very helpful comments to worthless rants about irrelevant aspects. Most journals provide peer review, but the general readership must “take their word” on the quality or accuracy of a peer review, with no supporting information presented. None of this corresponds to an actual check on the original data, which when coupled with sciences focus on “novel” results, may mean that there has been no follow up results to confirm a a result. We encourage all scientist to be the peer that reviews the literature themselves as they read it. Outsiders to our field who are unsure of their own qualifiations to judge a reported fact or number are directed towards our Labs & Scientists page. We have found that NMR users are typically friendly and willing to share their expertise. This is especially helpful since solid state NMR is a complex technique, and the data is easy misinterpret.

We also encourage scientists not to value scientific decisions made on faith which do not present data to back up their claim (such as peer review, or the common belief that free things must not be good as things you have to pay for). As we have interpreted and transferred the data, we have tried exceptionally hard to double check and control for quality, making our own decisions on what is trustworthy and what to include. During this process it is possible that we made some mistakes. Use of this website means that you understand that humans put this site together, so it possibly has some mistakes.

TLDR: Your are the peer, review us as you see fit.

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