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The practicality of obtaining liquid-and solid-state 207 Pb nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra with a low permanent-field magnet is investigated. Obtaining 207 Pb NMR spectra of salts in solution is shown to be viable for samples as dilute as 0.05 M. The concentration dependence of the 207 Pb chemical shifts for lead nitrate was investigated; the results are comparable to those obtained with high-field instruments. Likewise, the isotope effect of substituting D2O for H2O as the solventdoi:10.7939/r3-mghp-6a73 fatcat:5cdzfwhruneshic5ajzdidlnym