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400 MHz NMR Spectrometer

Investigating samples across a range of states

400225X225The 400 MHz NMR spectrometer is composed of a 9.4T superconducting magnet, a Bruker Avance console and a set of dedicated probes. The instrument was upgraded in 2010 to extend its capabilities in the solid state, while retaining its solution state capabilities. HR-MAS and CP-MAS measurements can be made on a range of nuclei.


 Examples of its use include:

  • routine analysis of small molecules in solution:

1H/{13C,19F,31P} QNP probe, automated sample changer for up to 60 samples.

  • high-resolution spectra from biological samples such as tissues:

1H/13C HR-MAS probe.

  • analysis of samples in the solid state:

1H/{2H,13C,14N,15N,31P} CP-MAS probe.

  • the study of components in an oriented environment such as lipids:

1H/13C{15N,31P} Efree flat coil probe.



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