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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer-750 MHz

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is a research technique that exploits the magnetic properties of certain atomic nuclei. The facility helps to determine the physical and chemical properties of atoms or the molecules in which they are contained. This high magnetic field facility is suited for biological macro-molecular characterization. Experiments can be performed in solid as well as in liquid phase.
Make and Model
Bruker Biospin Switzerland, Ascend 750MHz
Available mode for use
Liquid state Solid state
  • For solution-state NMR:5mm triple resonance H/C/N nuclei with 2H lock and 50G/cm gradient along Z axis
  • For solid-state NMR:
  • 3.2mm CP-MAS DVT triple resonance H/X/Y probe with max spinning speed of 24KHz
  • 3.2mm CP-MAS triple resonance (H/C/N) E-free probe (Bio-solid) with max.spinning speed of 24KHz
  • 1.9 mm H/C/N CP MAS triple resonance(H/C/N) probe with max. spinning speed of 42KHz
  • For wide-line static probes:
  • Low-temperature wide-line probe, solenoid coil
  • 5mm and 7.5mm, can be tuned to various nuclei and can go upto 20K.
  • Experiments can be performed with wide temperature range.
  • A series on nD experiments can be performed in the liquid phase.
  • Suitable for multi-nuclei, multi-dimensional MAS experiments.
  • Static solids can be investigated at various temperature (up to 20K)


Faculty in-charge
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Room No. 304, Ground Floor, Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facility, Centre for Research in Nanotechnology and Science

Contact No: 022-2576-4770

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