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.
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- Field: 14.1 tesla
- Bore diameter: 89 mm
- ±1% field sweep range (±128 mT)
- Console: Bruker Avance III running TOPSPIN 3.2
- 3 rf channels, 1 kW amplifier for 1H/19F, and two 1 kW amplifiers for X and Y-nuclei
- 3.2 mm magic-angle spinning probe
- 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)
- Bruker 3.2 mm HXY low-temperature (100 K) DNP MAS probe
- Instructions for gyrotron operation
- Instructions for changing and spinning DNP samples
- Instructions for cooling the LTMAS cabinet and DNP probe