ABQMR Inc. provides research services and one of a kind fabrication related to nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We use our combined expertise of over 100 years in experimental magnetic resonance (MR) to apply NMR to unique research questions and build prototype NMR systems for specialized applications. The MR that many people are familiar with in hospitals is notoriously expensive. Our systems tend to operate at a small fraction of such costs. It is often possible to design a cost effective, custom system for a pre-defined application by using lower magnetic fields from either permanent magnets or electromagnets as opposed to high field superconducting magnets.
We specialize in unusual applications of MR including experiments in the field, spanning from applications in an agricultural field to the arctic. We have worked with:
low magnetic fields
inhomogeneous magnetic fields
liquids, solids and gases
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
detection of signals at very low frequency
detection of very small signals
and many more…
- spin density
Having used MR for such unusual applications we have experience designing and building experiments from the ground up including probes, tank circuits, amplifiers, RF electronics, digital control electronics, computer interfaces, data acquisition and analysis software. Odd applications and challenging experiments are our passion. We relish the challenge of figuring out how to make new measurements and can draw on our extensive and unique resources to design, build, and execute challenging experiments.
Assessment of needs and applicability of an MR solution
Custom MR system design or advice on purchase of commercial system
Assistance in developing proposals
Training and support
NMR/MRI design and construction:
Development of specialized hardware and software
Integration with other technologies
Design, construction, and demonstration of "proof-of-principle"
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding your application.
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Stephen A. Altobelli
Mark S. Conradi
Hilary T. Fabich
Matthew S. Rosen
Joseph D. Seymour
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HIGH TEMPURATURE and PRESSURE
81st New Mexico Regional NMR Meeting
Saturday, April 29, 2023
Yue Wu - UNC, Chapel Hill, "Correlations of Microscopic and Macroscopic Properties of Nanoconfined Fluids Obtained by NMR-detected Isotherm Technique."
Peng Lei - ABQMR, "NMR Characterization of Unfrozen Brine Vein Distribution and Structure in Frozen Systems."
Chandrashekar Srinivasan - UNM, "MRI and CSI of bulk metals."
Rob Schurko - National High Magnetic Field Lab, "NMR Crystallography and Crystal Structure Prediction: A New Perspective Offered by Quadrupolar Nuclei."
This meeting will be held in person at the University of New Mexico (UNM).
There is no registration fee, but please notify the organizers of your desire to attend by
. Additional information including past meetings, schedule of events, and other information is also available here
We hope to see you there.