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Bruker Avance III HD Ascend 700 MHz

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Resource Type

  1. NMR instrument


  1. Resource Description
    For citations please use this text: "Acknowledgement: This study made use of the Campus Chemical Instrument Center NMR facility at Ohio State University." This NMR is equipped with a triple resonance observe (TXO) cryoprobe (ca. 4400:1 proton signal/noise ratio and 3100:1 carbon signal/noise ratio), a temperature controlled SampleJet capable of handling up to 510 samples at a desired temperature (≥ 4°C), an Automated Tuning & Matching (ATM) module, and a BSNL nitrogen liquefier. The combination of the long liquid helium hold times of this Ascend generation magnet and the nitrogen liquefier, capable of zero nitrogen boil-off, minimizes maintenance and enables nearly uninterrupted use of the system for over 5 months. The instrument is ideal for high-throughput studies of complex mixtures (metabolomics) as well as biological studies of proteins and nucleic acids. The high-sensitivity carbon detection offers unique capabilities to study systems with poor proton signal dispersion, such as natural products (which are often sample limited), intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs), polysaccharides, and nucleic acids. This instrument has the highest 13C- and 15N-detection sensitivity of all our solution NMR instruments and it is therefore attractive for chemical reaction analysis in organic chemistry.
  2. Contact
    Campus Chemical Instrument Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (CCIC NMR) Requests
  3. Website(s)
  4. Part of Collection
    Office of Research Collection
  5. Part of Collection
    Campus Chemical Instrument Center
  6. Part of Collection
    Dr. Vicki Wysocki Ohio Eminent Scholar Collection
  7. Location
    Campus Chemical Instrument Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (CCIC NMR)
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    The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016