Nuclear magnetic resonance technology uses portable instrumentation to quantify the physicochemical properties of materials. Focusing on practical applications, this book presents a clear and concise introduction to NMR fundamentals, with a particular emphasis on time-domain NMR. The text is suitable for those without a technical background and avoids complex math and physics; instead, the chapters give brief details of the math and physics involved as needed. Original scientific diagrams are artfully employed to aid understanding. The author also discusses various applications of NMR, explains advanced data processing techniques, and includes a comprehensive list of references.