The Department of Chemistry’s Magnetic Resonance Facility underwent a major upgrade in 2006 and in 2011 with the addition of three NSF funded spectrometers: Varian Direct Drive 500 MHz and 600 MHz NMR’s and a Bruker EMX PLUS EPR.
The Varian Direct Drive 500 MHz NMR is the routine spectrometer for the facility for research and undergraduate teaching which has dual capabilities in both liquids and solids experiments. The spectrometer’s capabilities are largely based on the diverse capabilities of its probes:
Our 500 NMR is well equipped with inverse and multinuclear capability for small molecule eluciation. We charge a $25 setup fee which includes prepping the sample, solvent and tube(s). Charge: $7/hour which includes running of 1D and 2D NMR experiments, spectra and report printouts.
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