Nuclear magnetic resonance
We are developing new chemical analysis techniques to discover revolutionary insights into chemical processes.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is one of the most powerful chemical analytical techniques. We have 8 spectrometers for liquid and solid-state analysis, which underpin our research from synthetic chemistry to materials. They also form an integral role in teaching the latest analytical techniques.
Our comprehensive equipment base provides a wide ranging capability, and we are developing new techniques to discover fascinating new insight into chemical processes.
- Bruker DPX 250 MHz (5.9 Tesla; 1H, 13C, 19F, 31P)
- Jeol Eclipse 300 MHz (7.0 Tesla; multinuclear)
- Bruker Fourier 300 MHz (7.0 Tesla; 1H and 13C)
- Bruker DPX 400 MHz (9.3 Tesla; 1H and 13C)
- Bruker Avance 500 MHz (11.7 Tesla; multinuclear)
- Bruker DRX 600 MHz with cryoprobe (14.0 Tesla; 1H, 13C, 19F, 31P, 15N)
- Chemagnetics Infinity Plus 300 MHz (7.05 Tesla) variable temperature capability with range of probes and a single crystal goniometer probe
- Chemagnetics Infinity Plus 400 MHz (9.4 Tesla) with variable temperature capacity and range of probes