The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Lab at the Molecular Instrumentation Center (MIC) is heavily used with broad participation of users from many disciplines. Researchers from many different research groups in 12 different campus departments, make use of the instrumentation in the NMR lab after a thorough training process. The major equipment available consists of six NMR spectrometers: Bruker NEO600, DRX500, AV500, AV400, AV300 for liquid samples and AV600 for solid-state samples. Most spectrometers are equipped with broadband probes covering frequencies from 31P to 15N, the AV500 is equipped with a cryoprobe capable of only 1H and 13C experiments, the NEO600 is equipped with a broadband cryoprobe and 19F experiments are available on the AV300 and AV400. Variable temperature and multipulse experiments are also available. 

For more information, please visit the Magnetic Resonance Facility site.

Last updated
February 27, 2023