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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility|Department of Chemistry

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility

600 MHz NMR


The Chemistry Department currently operates two state-of-the-art Bruker Avance III NMR spectrometers, with proton frequencies of 400 and 600 MHz.  The facility is located in the basement of the Physical Sciences building and is open to authorized users around the clock. To increase access to the instruments, they are configured to transfer data to other personal computers and workstations within the department.  

Avance III 600 and 400 MHz NMR’s  

 The Avance III 600 is a three channel system with Z-axis gradients that is capable of performing experiments on both solids and solutions. It is equipped with three probes which cover a wide range of experiments.

Avance III 400 is equipped with a multi-nuclear probe with capabilities ranging from high sensitivity observation of proton, carbon, phosphorous, and fluorine to allowing observation of a large number of more exotic nuclei. This instrument is set up for rapid throughput of routine samples. It is capable of performing most modern liquid phase NMR experiments including state of the art two- and three-dimensional experiments with pulsed field gradients. It is available to departmental users to solve structural problems requiring high resolution capabilities.

Variable temperature operation is available on both spectrometers.


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