600 MHz 89 mm NMR Magnet #2

600 MHz 89 mm NMR Magnet #2 600 MHz 89 mm NMR Magnet #2

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

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Details

  • Specs

  • Techniques & Capabilities

  • Probes

  • MHz: 600
  • Field: 14.1 Tesla
  • Bore size: 89 mm
  • Console: Bruker Avance I running TOPSPIN 2.1
  • 4-rf channels, two 1kW BLAH high-band amplifiers for 1H/19F, two 1kW BLAX amplifiers for X-nuclei
  • Dual-stage FTS cooling system (-80oC)
  • Bruker BVT-3000 variable temperature controller
  • MAS-II controller
  • Homogeneity: 1 ppb

  • 600 MHz Low-E 3.2 mm MAS 1H–X–Y probe (NHMFL #40)
  • 600 MHz 1.3 mm Fast MAS probe, 1H–13C–15N or 1H–X (Bruker H13755)
  • 600 MHz 2.5 mm CPMAS probe, 1H–13C–15N or 1H–X (Bruker H8846)
  • 600 MHz 4.0 mm CPMAS probe, 1H–X–Y (Bruker H8724)
  • 600 MHz 4.0 mm CPMAS probe, 1H–19F–Y (Bruker H8724)
  • 600 MHz 4.0 mm CPMAS probe, 1H–X (Bruker H8996)

Images

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Contacts

For more information please contact Riqiang Fu.

Last modified on 20 June 2017

Magnet Schedule for 600 MHz 89 mm NMR Magnet No. 2

* Denotes Offsite Participants

Dates Facility Instruments Experiment
2-8-2019 to 2-17-2019 NMR 600 MHz, 89 mm bore, 14 T #2 Solid state MAS NMR Justin Kennemur (PI) — Florida State University (FSU)
Participants
  • Naresh Dalal* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
  • Riqiang Fu — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
  • William Neary* — Florida State University (FSU)
2-18-2019 to 2-27-2019 NMR 600 MHz, 89 mm bore, 14 T #2 ssNMR study for Interaction of M2 and cholesterol Tim Cross (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
Participants
  • Rongfu Zhang* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
  • Huajun Qin — Florida State University (FSU)
2-28-2019 to 3-6-2019 NMR 600 MHz, 89 mm bore, 14 T #2 NMR study of CwsA and CrgA ineraction Tim Cross (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
Participants
  • Rongfu Zhang — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
  • Huajun Qin* — Florida State University (FSU)