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In nuclear magnetic resonance, a system of nuclear spins exposed to a static magnetic interacts with an oscillatory field, usually in the radio frequency range. In most NMR setups, including all commercially available NMR spectrometers, coherent transitions between spin states are detected by a voltage induced into a conductor surrounding the sample. Whereas other detection techniques have their advantages in certain cases, inductive detection has proven to be both robust and easy to implement.