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EMR Instruments

The Electron Magnetic Resonance (EMR) facilities offer users several home-built, high-frequency and high-field continuous-wave (c.w.) instruments providing frequency coverage from 9 GHz to 1 THz, with additional frequencies available up to 2.5 THz using a molecular gas laser.

For a detailed description of how to make the most of our facilities, please read High-Frequency and High-Field EPR/ESR in Tallahassee, FL: Tips and advice on sample preparation (PDF, 5.15MB), from EPR Newsletter (pp. 12-14)

Heterodyne Quasi-Optical Spectrometer

This 120-336 GHz instrument is coupled to a 12.5 tesla superconducting magnet with a homogeneity of 10-5 over a 10 mm sphere.

Transmission Spectrometer

Although the absolute sensitivity of this 24-660 GHz transmission device is lower than that of the quasi-optical system, samples for the transmission …

W-Band HiPER Spectrometer

A new high power (~1 kW) quasi-optical W-band (94 GHz) spectrometer (HiPER) is now available for continuous wave and pulsed EPR measurements. Its high…

Broadband Backward Wave Oscillator (BWO) Spectrometer

Using sub-THz and THz wave sources (BWOs), this transmission-type EPR/ESR spectrometer can be quasi-continuously frequency-tuned via applied voltage.

Broadband Millimeter Wave Vector Network Analyzer (MVNA) Spectrometer

Several broadband (continuous from 8 GHz to 1 THz) instruments based on MVNA spectrometers have been configured for high-sensitivity oriented single-c…

600MHz DNP Instruments

A liquid Overhauser DNP instrument at 14.1 T is currently in its final development stage to measure small molecules applied to areas of research such …

36 Tesla, 40 mm Bore Series Connected Hybrid Magnet

This novel hybrid magnet can be used for both condensed matter science physics and NMR spectroscopy. It is the strongest magnet in the world for NMR.

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