Contact: Andy Fell
University of California - Davis
Caption: Chemists want to understand chemical reactions that happen in solutions under high pressure in the Earth's crust. A new device invented at UC Davis allows chemists to make nuclear magnetic resonance measurements of chemical solutions up to pressures of 20 kiloBar.
Credit: Video by Andy Fell/UC Davis Strategic Communications.
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