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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

IMS NMR Laboratory

Bruker DMX 500 MHz High Resolution NMR Spectrometer

Bruker-DMX500_w The Bruker DMX 500 MHz NMR spectrometer is a three-channel system dedicated for liquid samples with pulse field gradients capabilities. The spectrometer is equipped with a 5 mm inverse triple resonance gradient probe with a three axes XYZ Great 3/10 gradient amplifier and a 5 mm double resonance multinuclear broadband probe with a BVT-2000 Eurotherm VT Control Unit. The system is controlled by a PC Windows computer operated by Bruker Topspin 1.3 software allowing for 1-D, 2-D and 3-D NMR experiments

 

Bruker DMX 300 MHz Solid-State NMR Spectrometer

DMX-300-MHz_w The Bruker DMX 300 MHz Wide Bore (WB) NMR spectrometer is a two-channel system dedicated for solid samples with Magic Angle Spinning (MAS) capabilities. The spectrometer is equipped with a double resonance 7 mm MAS probe and a double resonance 4 mm MAS probe for solids with VT from – 50 to +150 degrees Celsius running experiments with Nitrogen gas. This instrument also has a double resonance 5 mm multinuclear broadband probe for liquid samples. The system is controlled by a PC Windows computer operated by Bruker Topspin 1.3 software allowing for 1-D and 2-D NMR experiments

 

Bruker Avance III 400 MHz Solid-State NMR Spectrometer

Bruker-AvanceIII-400_w The Bruker Avance III 400 MHz Wide Bore (WB) NMR spectrometer is a three-channel state-of-the-art system dedicated for solid samples with Magic Angle Spinning (MAS) and Pulse Field Gradient capabilities. The spectrometer is equipped with a triple resonance HXY 4 mm MAS probe and a triple resonance HFX 2.5 mm MAS probe for solids with VT from – 50 to +150 degrees Celsius running experiments with Nitrogen gas. This instrument also has a double resonance H(F)X 5 mm Doty Scientific Pulse Field Gradient (PFG) probe with a Z axis Great 1/40 gradient amplifier for diffusion studies of liquid and solid samples. The system is controlled by a PC Linux computer operated by Bruker Topspin 3.0 software allowing for 1-D, 2-D and 3-D NMR experiments.