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IGBMC's NMR recycles ~24 mcf helium per year

IGBMC's Nuclear Magnetic Resonance platform is equipped with a system that recycles the liquid helium used for its high-field and high-sensitivity spectrometers. This device will make it possible to save nearly 700 m3/y (~24 mcf/y) of gaseous helium.

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