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A new 600 MHz NMR spectrometer provides a full range of chemical analysis, structural studies, and physicochemical measurements based on an extraordinary combination of instrumentation and accessories. A dedicated laboratory provides all the necessary infrastructure. Major features of the spectrometer are summarized below:
600 MHz 5 mm QNP Cryogenic Probe:
600 MHz 5 mm BBFO Probe:
A 13C spectrum of Jet A kerosene in CDCl3 (inverse gated
decoupling, 1.5% Cr(acac)3, 4120 scans).
600 MHz 4 mm HX CP-MAS (solids) Probe:
Pulsed-Field-Gradient Diffusion Probe:
Thomas J. Bruno, 303-497-5158
Dr. Jason Widegren (email@example.com) is the operator of the instrument, backed up by Dr. Tara M. Lovestead (firstname.lastname@example.org). All hands-on operations and experimental set up are handled by Dr. Widegren.
NMR Users Group:
Scientists that have experiments on the NMR are members of the users group, which meets to discuss experiment proposals, address administrative and safety issues, and for periodic seminars.
13C Spectra Correlation