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Bruker Avance III HD Aeon Wide-Bore 800 MHz

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http://eagle-i.rf.ohio-state.edu/i/00000173-7787-77b9-b8fb-15ae80000000

Resource Type

  1. NMR instrument

Properties

  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 wide-bore solid state NMR instrument has a plethora of advanced solid-state probes capable of analyzing a wide range of biological solids, powders, and micro-crystalline samples, including: 2 x 3.2 mm Efree HCN MAS probe with spinning speeds up to 25 kHz offers minimal radio frequency (RF) heating and excellent RF performance and tuning stability. This probe is ideal for studies of biological solids such as membrane proteins. 3.2 mm HXY MAS wide-bore probe, with a proton channel and interchangeable X & Y channels capable of studying a multitude of nuclei from nitrogen up to phosphorus. This probe is ideal for studies of solid inorganic materials and polymers. 1.9 mm HCN MAS probe, with spinning speeds up to 42 kHz, is capable of averaging out the detrimental dipolar and chemical shielding interactions, thereby dramatically improving sensitivity and resolution of the experiments. 1.3 mm HCN MAS probe, with spinning speeds up to 67 kHz, is capable of averaging out the detrimental dipolar and chemical shielding interactions, thereby dramatically improving sensitivity and resolution of the experiments. This probe is ideal for experiments employing proton detection for enhanced sensitivity. 0.7 mm HCND MAS probe, with spinning speeds up to 111 kHz, is capable of averaging out the detrimental dipolar and chemical shielding interactions, thereby dramatically improving sensitivity and resolution of the experiments. This probe is ideal for experiments employing proton detection for enhanced sensitivity. The instrument includes a standard-bore shim insert making it possible to interchange many of the probes with the Ascend 800 MHz instrument, maximizing the available capabilities of the facility at any given time. The state-of-the-art Aeon magnet requires no liquid helium fills on a regular basis and is equipped with a helium liquefier, capable of near zero helium boil-off, thereby eliminating routine maintenance and down-time of the system.
  2. Contact
    Tanya Whitmer
  3. Website(s)
    https://www.ccic.osu.edu/NMR-Instruments#7
  4. Location
    Campus Chemical Instrument Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (CCIC NMR)
 
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  1. workflow state
    Published
  2. contributor
    schen (sadie chen)
  3. created
    2020-07-22T13:17:40.637-04:00
  4. creator
    schen (sadie chen)
  5. modified
    2020-07-24T13:46:30.529-04:00