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Welcome to the NMR facility in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.
The NMR facility provides public access to NMR spectrometers for the whole university as well as local institutions and industry.
The facility is staffed by the director (Ivan Keresztes) and assistant director (Anthony Condo). Mr. Condo also serves as the manager of the Polymer Characterization Facility. The Facilities Committee headed by Professor Geoffrey Coates provides faculty oversight. The staff is responsible for maintaining and repairing instrumentation, providing training for all users, as well as assisting them in selecting, acquiring, processing and interpreting experiments, as needed.
Located in the basement of S. T. Olin Laboratory (rooms B63-B73, see map), the facility currently houses five high-field spectrometers ranging in field strength from 300 to 600 MHz. To find out more about our instruments, please click the map to the left or use the navigation bar at the bottom of the page.
The facility is used regularly by approximately 150 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. New users may operate a particular spectrometer independently once they have undergone training by facility staff and can demonstrate the knowledge required for operating each instrument.
Please, feel free to contact us with any questions, concerns or comments you may have about the facility.
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Questions, concerns, comments? Contact Ivan Keresztes, B-54, 255 0709, firstname.lastname@example.org