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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility|Department of Chemistry

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility Policies

Policies for the NMR Spectrometers


The following are policies of the Chemistry Department:

  • Users of the NMR spectrometers must have a current account on the university computer system.
  • Each user of the NMR spectrometers must have their own account and be trained by Dr. Wheeler. If you are using an NMR and do not have an account, see Dr. Wheeler to get one.
  • It is the USERS RESPONSIBILITY to report problems with the equipment in a timely manner. Problems with the equipment can only be solved if they are reported. Solving a problem that happened yesterday can also be difficult.
  • Users are NOT authorized to reboot the equipment. If you think that your problem is bad enough to require restarting the equipment, you need to do the following: (1) Enter a brief statement of the problem in the logbook. (2) Contact either Dr. Wheeler or another person authorized to help you with the problem. We are sorry if this is an inconvenience for you, however, please see the policy regarding user responsibility (previous).

Who to Contact When You Have a Problem


If you are having a problem with one of the NMR instruments, the following people can be contacted (in the order given). NOTE: These are the only people permitted to restart an instrument. Please try to find someone around the department before calling people at home.



Dr. Doug Wheeler
PS 425, PS 310, PS 9, PS 13
(307) 766-2093 (office)
(307) 721-4778 (home)

Dr. Dean Roddick
PS 417
(307) 766-2535 (office)


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