BRUKER Avance 500 MHz NMR spectrometer

Liquid state-High resolution NMR facility


BRUKER Avance 500 MHz NMR spectrometer


High Resolution NMR spectroscopy is an analytical method based on the magnetic properties of the nuclei of atoms.  It is unique for the structural and conformational characterization of molecules in solution at atomic resolution.  Furthermore, NMR spectroscopy is used in the study of kinetic and dynamic phenomena, transformations, interactions, equilibria, as well as in purity assessment, mixture analysis, metabolomics studies, etc.

Technical Specifications

The 500 MHz instrument is equipped with a BBI inverse broad band probe with z-gradients; a BBO direct broad band probe; a BVT3000 unit for temperature control; a Low T accessory

Other Capabilities: Low and high temperature experiments, 1D and 2D, diffusion experiments

Analysis Software:  Topspin 3.2 and higher

Additional Tools

-Nitrogen gas tanks and compressed air system (oil-free) for regulated gas flow

-Associated small laboratory for sample preparation (Fumehood, pH meter, small Ultrasound equipment, balance, refrigerator).

Read more This instrument is part of the High resolution NMR laboratory for liquid samples of NCSRD, supported by three Institutes, namely INN, IBA and IRASTES.

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