Introducing Doty SNR Applet
NMR Signal to Noise Ratio – SNR Applet
Doty Scientific has produced an applet that allows a customer to compare the signal-to-noise ratio of a DSI probe to the SNR of any other well-tested probe. This will be the first time a customer can compare any probe, with any sample and any test conditions, to any Doty probe.
The ratio of signal acquisition times of the two probes is also calculated as (ratio of SNR)-2.
Would a Doty BMAX probe measure signals 15 to 55 times faster than your 2.5 mm probe? That’s the difference in run time for a SNR of 110 or 200 on glycine compared to 27. Plug your probe’s pulse width numbers into the Doty SNR Applet and see how your probe works.
The applet will be demonstrated at 55th Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference (ENC) between March 23 – 28, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts. Visit our Hospitality Suite at ENC to learn more about our SNR Applet, or check out: http://www.dotynmr.com/SNR .