Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is arguably the most powerful and versatile tool in modern science. It has the capability to solve complex structures and interactions in situ even in complex heterogeneous multiphase samples such as soil, plants, and tissues. NMR has vast potential in environmental research and can provide insight into a diverse range of environmental processes at the molecular level be it identifying the binding site in human blood for a specific contaminant or the compositional dynamics of soil with climate change. Modern NMR-based metabonomics is elucidating contaminant toxicity and toxic mode of action rapidly and at sub lethal concentrations. Combined modern NMR approaches provide a powerful framework to better understand carbon cycling and sustainable agriculture, as well as contaminant fate, bioavailability, toxicity, sequestration, and remediation.
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