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Several probes are available for the 300 MHz wide-bore NMR instrument.
With this probe, It is possible to observe a wide range of nuclei, ranging from high sensitivity observation of proton, carbon, phosphorous, and fluorine to allowing observation of a large number of more exotic nuclei. 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.
MIC 300 MHhz W1/S2 DIFF/50 diffusion probe
gradient strength = 50 (G/cm) A => maximum gradient strength = 30 T/m at 60 A
The following inserts are available for this probe:
1H 5 mm, 1H 8 mm, 1H 10 mm, 13C-1H 5 mm, 13C-1H 8 mm
Three imaging coils are available that make it possible to image a wide range of samples, such as rock samples, plants, and animals:
These cover sample sizes of 5 mm, 10 mm, 25 mm that can be imaged. It is possible to insert larger samples than that into the non-imaged portion of the assembly, to accommodate animals, for example.
The 400 MHz instrument is capable of analyzing liquid samples in a variety of experiments.
Three NMR probes are available for this instrument.
The 600 MHz instrument is capable of analyzing both solid and liquid samples in a variety of experiments.
There is one probe available for the Anasazi Eft-60 that allows detection 1H and 13C. In particular the 13C detection is pretty good and quite useful. This is crucial as the natural abundance of 13C is very low (about 1.109%) that usually makes 13C-NMR quite time-consuming. In fact, many NMR spectrometers below 100 MHz proton frequency do not even offer 13C-detection.
The instrument allows operation in 1 and 2 dimensions (1D and 2D).
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