Rheo-NMR is the study of Rheology using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) methods and techniques. This section presents some background information about what NMR is and also what Rheology is.
You can find information about what Rheo-NMR is, the use of NMR to study Rheology, the subject that is the primary focus of this website.
A review of Rheo-NMR in PDF format is available here .
Two talks given by Prof. Paul Callaghan about Rheo-NMR are available online. You will need the Real Media Player to view them.
The talks were kindly made available by the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics. You can find further details and formats for the talks at the following links
- What Can NMR Tell Us About Shear Banding and Ordering
- NMR Measurements of Orientation in Flowing Entangled Polymers
There is also a short history of Rheo-NMR research that you may find useful. Finally, a selected list of publications for further reading about Rheo-NMR and its potential use in a wide range of applications.