Born on August 14, 1933.
Swiss researcher and teacher awarded the 1991 Nobel Prize in Chemistry «for his contribution to the development of the methodology of resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. high.” As NMR spectroscopy evolved into the most important instrumentation technique in chemistry, Ernst continued to improve both instrument sensitivity and resolution. NMR spectroscopy is currently used to determine molecular structure in solution, study interactions between different molecules, investigate molecular motion, obtain information about chemical reaction rates, and many more. other problems in chemistry, physics, biology and medicine.