Advanced structural analysis: liquids, soluble solids
Please contact Dr. Lawrence Alemany (email@example.com) for training. Users must have prior experience on the 400 MHz spectrometer.
Bruker 500 MHz NMR spectrometer for solution state work requiring higher resolution, higher sensitivity, and specialized analyses (for example, variable temperature, microsample, and two-dimensional work) with a variety of probes and for fast magic angle spinning analyses of solids (usually involving non-integral spin quadrupolar nuclei).
Instrument rules: Specialized work takes priority on the 500 MHz spectrometer. Multiple probes are available for solution state work covering a wide range of nuclei (including 19F). Please contact Dr. Lawrence Alemany (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss your research needs and to schedule instrument time for variable temperature work or unusually long experiments. In general, plan on scheduling long, unattended blocks of time overnight and on weekends. See the file below for the detailed policy on reserving instrument time.
Nonprimetime is 9pm - 7am and weekends