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600 MHz 89 mm MAS DNP System

600 MHz 89 mm MAS DNP System

This instrument is located at the MagLab's Tallahassee headquarters.

The increased sensitivity of MAS DNP allows high resolution solid state NMR spectroscopy to be used for many previously inaccessible systems. Our Bruker DNP spectrometer utilizes a 394 GHz gyrotron to produce a strong microwave field to enhance NMR polarization.

See the schedule of upcoming users on this instrument.



  • Field: 14.1 tesla
  • Bore diameter: 89 mm
  • Homogeneity: sub 1 ppb
  • ±1% field sweep range (±128 mT)
  • Console: Bruker Avance NEO running TOPSPIN 4.x
  • 4 rf channels, 500 W amplifiers for 1H/19F/X/Y
  • 2 Magic Angle Spinning Probes with 3.2 mm Bruker rotors
  • Cooling cabinet with continuous liquid N2 supply
  • Gyrotron microwave source with quasi-optic stable
  • Funded in part by NIH S10 OD018519 (magnet and console), and NSF CHE-1229170 (gyrotron)

  • Commercial Bruker 3.2 mm HCN low-temperature (100 K) DNP MAS probe
  • In house made 3.2 mm HXY low-temperature (100 K) DNP MAS probe, X in [29Si-31P] and Y [36 Mg-29Si]

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Related Publications

Description of the instrument

  • Dubroca, T.; Smith, A. N. A. N.; Pike, K. J. K. J.; Froud, S.; Wylde, R.; Trociewitz, B.; McKay, J. E.; Mentink-Vigier, F.; van Tol, J.; Wi, S.; Brey, W. W.; Long, J. R.; Frydman, L.; Hill, S. A Quasi-Optical and Corrugated Waveguide Microwave Transmission System for Simultaneous Dynamic Nuclear Polarization NMR on Two Separate 14.1 T Spectrometers. J. Magn. Reson. 2018, 289, 35–44.

Science Publications (Methods and Applications)

  • Kirui, A.; Zhao, W.; Deligey, F.; Yang, H.; Kang, X.; Mentink-Vigier, F.; Wang, T. Carbohydrate-Aromatic Interface and Molecular Architecture of Lignocellulose. Nat. Commun. 2022, 13 (1), 538.
  • Stern, Q.; Cousin, S. F.; Mentink-Vigier, F.; Pinon, A. C.; Elliott, S. J.; Cala, O.; Jannin, S. Direct Observation of Hyperpolarization Breaking through the Spin Diffusion Barrier. Sci. Adv. 2021, 7 (18), eabf5735.
  • Chen, C.-H.; Gaillard, E.; Mentink-Vigier, F.; Chen, K.; Gan, Z.; Gaveau, P.; Rebière, B.; Berthelot, R.; Florian, P.; Bonhomme, C.; Smith, M. E.; Métro, T.-X.; Alonso, B.; Laurencin, D. Direct 17 O Isotopic Labeling of Oxides Using Mechanochemistry. Inorg. Chem. 2020, 59 (18), 13050–13066.
  • Mentink-Vigier, F.; Eddy, S.; Gullion, T. MAS-DNP Enables NMR Studies of Insect Wings. Solid State Nucl. Magn. Reson. 2022, 101838.
  • Mentink-Vigier, F.; Dubroca, T.; van Tol, J.; Sigurdsson, S. T. The Distance between G-Tensors of Nitroxide Biradicals Governs MAS-DNP Performance: The Case of the BTurea Family. J. Magn. Reson. 2021, 329, 107026.
  • Harrabi, R.; Halbritter, T.; Aussenac, F.; Dakhlaoui, O.; van Tol, J.; Damodaran, K. K.; Lee, D.; Paul, S.; Hediger, S.; Mentink‐Vigier, F.; Sigurdsson, S. Th.; De Paëpe, G. Highly Efficient Polarizing Agents for MAS‐DNP of Proton‐Dense Molecular Solids. Angew Chem Int Ed 2022, 61 (12).


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Last modified on 03 March 2023

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