900 MHz 105 mm NMR Magnet

900 MHz Ultra-Wide Bore Magnet. 900 MHz Ultra-Wide Bore Magnet.

At 21.1 tesla, this is the strongest MRI scanner in the world for small animals. It is located in the MagLab's Tallahassee headquarters.

This ultra-wide bore 900 MHz NMR magnet (105 mm) was designed and built by the MagLab’s Magnet Science and Technology department. The magnet reached its full field of 21.1 tesla on July 21, 2004, without incurring any training quenches. Regular user operations started on August 1, 2005.

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Details

  • Specs

  • Techniques & Capabilities

  • Probes

  • MHz: 900
  • Field: 21.1 tesla
  • Bore size: 105 mm
  • Console: 4-channel Bruker Avance III

  • 900 MHz Low-E 3.2 mm MAS 1H–X–Y probe (NHMFL #42)
  • 900 MHz Low-E static 1H–X probe (NHMFL #25) with interchangeable sample coils
  • 900 MHz 3.2 mm MAS 1H–X low temperature materials probe (NHMFL #24)
  • 900 MHz 5 mm 1H{13C,15N} solution PFG probe (Bruker Z8682)
  • 21.1 Tesla MRI probe for in-vivo imaging of rats with multiple 1H and 1H–X head coils (NHMFL #35):
    • 33 mm 1H linear birdcage
    • 26 mm 1H linear birdcage
    • 33 mm 1H–13C linear birdcage
    • 33 mm 1H–23Na linear birdcage
    • 33 mm 23Na linear birdcage
    • 33 mm 35Cl quadrature birdcage
    • 12 mm 7Li coil for in situ battery MRI
    • 4 mm 1H linear dielectric resonator
    • 32 mm 1H Quadrature half-saddle coil
  • 21.1 Tesla Micro2.5 probe for ex vivo or in vitro MRI with 2.5, 5, 10, and 30 mm 1H coils (Bruker H13398)

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Contact

For more information please contact Jens Rosenberg for MRI or Ivan Hung for Solid State or Ashley Blue for scheduling

Last modified on 3 March 2016

Magnet Schedule for 900 MHz 105 mm NMR Magnet

* Denotes Offsite Participants

Dates Facility Instruments Experiment
2-27-2017 to 3-1-2017 NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T MRI of rechargeable Li ion Batteries Yan-Yan Hu (PI) — Florida State University
Participants
  • Hailong Chen* — Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Zhenxing Feng* — Oregon State University
  • Jens Rosenberg — National High Magnetic Field Lab
  • Mingxue Tang — Florida State University
3-2-2017 to 3-3-2017 NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T NMR study of CwsA oriented sample Tim Cross (PI) — Florida State University
Participants
  • Rongfu Zhang — NHMFL
  • Huajun Qin* — Florida State University
3-4-2017 to 3-5-2017 NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T Phantom MREPT testing Samuel Grant (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Lab
Participants
  • Jens Rosenberg* — National High Magnetic Field Lab
  • Ghoncheh Amouzandeh — Florida State University
  • David Hike — Florida State University
  • Abdol Aziz Ould Ismail — National High Magnetic Field Lab
  • Scott Boebinger — Florida State University
  • Victor Wong — Florida State University
3-6-2017 to 3-10-2017 NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T Non-invasive assessment of tumors using 17O labeled glucose Victor Schepkin (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Lab
Participants
  • William Brey* — National High Magnetic Field Lab
  • Cathy Levenson — Florida State University
  • Lothar Schad* — Heidelberg University
  • Andreas Neubauer* — Heidelberg University
  • Shannon Helsper — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Steven Ranner* — NHMFL
3-25-2017 to 3-26-2017 NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T Phantom MREPT testing Samuel Grant (PI) — National High Magnetic Field Lab
Participants
  • Jens Rosenberg* — National High Magnetic Field Lab
  • Ghoncheh Amouzandeh — Florida State University
  • David Hike — Florida State University
  • Abdol Aziz Ould Ismail — National High Magnetic Field Lab
  • Scott Boebinger — Florida State University
  • Victor Wong — Florida State University