This is an introductory review on the diffusion Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (dNMR) as a powerful tool to characterise different types of formulations. Such a technique is nowadays available on most of the NMR instrumentation and enables the determination of the distribution of components and the microstructure of the system. We start with a description, addressed to the formulators, of the methodological strategies to be used to determine the microstructure of different systems. The approaches to be used to quantify the partition/binding equilibria are then sketched. Then, we review recent dNMR applications to formulations containing ionic liquids, surfactants, polymers, and gels.

Diffusion NMR studies of complex liquid formulations

Giuseppe Colafemmina
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Gerardo Palazzo
Membro del Collaboration Group
2020-01-01

Abstract

This is an introductory review on the diffusion Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (dNMR) as a powerful tool to characterise different types of formulations. Such a technique is nowadays available on most of the NMR instrumentation and enables the determination of the distribution of components and the microstructure of the system. We start with a description, addressed to the formulators, of the methodological strategies to be used to determine the microstructure of different systems. The approaches to be used to quantify the partition/binding equilibria are then sketched. Then, we review recent dNMR applications to formulations containing ionic liquids, surfactants, polymers, and gels.
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