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600 MHz 89 mm Wide Bore Bruker Avance Neo (Gainesville)

600 MHz 89 mm Wide Bore Bruker Avance Neo (Gainesville)

This instrument, Wide Bore 600 MHz/89 mm Bruker Avance Neo, is located at the MagLab’s AMRIS Facility at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Solution/Solid-state NMR and microimaging with 1 ppb homogeneity can be acquired using this Avance Neo console on a spectrometer manufactured by Bruker Bio-Spin operating at a field strength of 14.1 Tesla (600 MHz) with an 89 mm bore. Spectroscopy data are collected using TopSpin software (Version 4.1.3). This system has been upgraded to the latest generation NEO console, and supports Proton, Fluorine and Broadband solution experiments, as well as Biosolids MAS experiments.



  • MHz: 600
  • Field: 14.1 Tesla
  • Bore diameter: 89 mm
  • Homogeneity: 1 ppb
  • Console: Bruker Avance Neo

High Resolution Spectroscopy

  • 5 mm Smart BBOF Probe
  • 10 mm BBO probe
  • 15 mm BBO Probe


  • 4 mm BioSolids MAS

Currently high resolution solution-state probes are available on this system. The 5 mm BBOF probe allows for Proton/Fluorine/Broadband experiments to be conducted. The 15 mm probe is suitable for perfusion experiments, and can be accessed by either the Hypersense or the homebuilt 5 T DNP polarizer. The 4 mm MAS probe is now available for BioSolids studies. Additionally, a 10 mm Broadband probe is available for perfusion experiments or large volume samples.



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Last modified on 11 September 2023

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