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Diffusion ordered spectroscopy (DOSY) is a well established NMR method that reports diffusion coefficients for individual resonances in NMR spectra. DOSY is primarily used to analyse mixtures of small molecules and the oligomeric state of biomolecules. DOSY has also been used to analyse polymers and investig