830 MHz 31 mm NMR Magnet

830 MHz 31 mm NMR Magnet 830 MHz 31 mm NMR Magnet

This instrument is located at the lab's NMR-MRI/S Facility near Florida State University in Tallahassee.

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Details

  • Specs

  • Techniques & Capabilities

  • Probes

  • MHz: 830
  • Field: 19.6 Tesla
  • Bore size: 31mm (no variable temperature capability)
  • Console: Bruker NEO running TOPSPIN 4.0
  • 2-rf channels, 1kW amplifier for 1H/19F, 1kW amplifier for X-nuclei
  • Homogeneity: 1 ppm (no room temperature shim)
  • Field drift: 0.5ppm/day
  • MAS-I controller

  • 830 MHz MAS 1H–X probe for sensitive X detection with 1H decoupling (NHMFL #51)
  • 830 MHz 7.0 mm MAS probe for low-γ nuclei (NHMFL #17)
  • 830 MHz 4.0 mm MAS probe for X-broadband (NHMFL #02)
  • 830 MHz 1.8 mm MAS probe for X-broadband (NHMFL #05)
  • 830 MHz 2.75mm MAS 1H–X probe (NICBP, Estonia)
  • NHMFL Stray Field Imaging probe (NHMFL) for battery studies

Images

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Contact

For more information please contact Zhehong Gan or Riqiang Fu.

Last modified on 15 August 2018

Magnet Schedule for 830 MHz 31 mm NMR Magnet

* Denotes Offsite Participants

Dates Facility Instruments Experiment
7-19-2019 to 7-24-2019 NMR 830 MHz, 31 mm bore, 19.6 T 830 17O, 23Na NMR Li rich Sossina Haile (PI) — Northwestern University
Participants
  • Yan-Yan Hu* — Florida State University (FSU)
  • Po-Hsiu Chien — Florida State University (FSU)
7-25-2019 to 7-28-2019 NMR 830 MHz, 31 mm bore, 19.6 T 14N Overtone NMR, Naresh Dalal (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
Participants
  • Riqiang Fu — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
  • Sanath Kumar Rama Krishna — Florida State University (FSU)
7-29-2019 to 7-31-2019 NMR 830 MHz, 31 mm bore, 19.6 T Multinuclear Solid-State NMR of Quadrupolar Nuclei in Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Robert Schurko (PI) — University of Windsor
Participants
  • Zhehong Gan — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
  • Ivan Hung — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)