800 MHz 63 mm NMR Magnet #2

800 MHz 63 mm NMR Magnet #2 800 MHz 63 mm NMR Magnet #2 Stephen Bilenky

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

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Details

  • Specs

  • Techniques & Capabilities

  • Probes

  • Field: 18.8 Tesla
  • Bore diameter: 63 mm
  • Homogeneity: 1 ppb
  • Console: Bruker Avance-I TOPSPIN 2.1
  • 3 rf-channels, 500W for 1H/19F, 300W and 1kW for X-nuclei
  • Dual-stage FTS cooling system (-80°C)
  • Bruker MAS-I sample rotation controller
  • Magnet donated by the University of Toronto

  • Low-E 3.2 mm MAS 1H–X–Y probe (NHMFL #53)
  • Bruker 1.3mm MAS 1H–13C–15N probe
  • Double-rotation (DOR) probe with outer spinning speed up to 1.8 kHz (NICBP, Estonia)

Contacts

For more information please contact Zhehong Gan.

Last modified on 12 September 2018

Magnet Schedule for 800 MHz 63 mm NMR Magnet #2

* Denotes Offsite Participants

Dates Facility Instruments Experiment
10-26-2020 to 11-1-2020 NMR 800 MHz, 63 mm bore, (MB) 18.8 T #2 Structural characterization of E-protein in liposome Tim Cross (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Participants
  • Rongfu Zhang* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Yiseul Shin* — Florida State University
  • Joshua Taylor* — Florida State University
  • Huajun Qin — Florida State University
11-3-2020 to 11-16-2020 NMR 800 MHz, 63 mm bore, (MB) 18.8 T #2 Solid-state 17O MAS NMR of Vitrimer Pingchuan Sun (PI) — Nankai University
Participants
  • Riqiang Fu — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Zhehong Gan* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Fenfen Wang* — Nankai University
11-17-2020 to 11-26-2020 NMR 800 MHz, 63 mm bore, (MB) 18.8 T #2 2D DARR and NCA for cytotoxic synuclein oligomer Kwang Hun Lim (PI) — East Carolina University
Participants
  • Sungsool Wi — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Anvesh Kumar Reddy Dasari* — East Carolina University
11-27-2020 to 12-3-2020 NMR 800 MHz, 63 mm bore, (MB) 18.8 T #2 Structural characterization of E-protein in liposome Tim Cross (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Participants
  • Rongfu Zhang* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Yiseul Shin* — Florida State University
  • Joshua Taylor* — Florida State University
  • Huajun Qin — Florida State University