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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer (NMR)

NMR is a powerful tool used to determine chemical structure through the excitation and relaxation of atoms in a magnetic field. This powerful tool is used to determine the structure of molecules in a liquid. Generally used for the determination of hydrogen and carbon binding environments, but many other nuclei can also be studied on this instrument.

Bruker Avance III

  • 400 MHz spectrometer
  • UltraShield Plus magnet system
  • 60-sample auto sampler
  • Temperature regulation to -50 C
  • Dual channel observe
  • BBFO (broadband observe) probe capable of 19F/1H decoupling NOE
  • BBI (broadband indirect detect) probe