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Software VNMRJ 1.1B and VNMR 6.1C
Console 3 RF channels, 2 fully broadband. Observe and decouple all nuclei. Single axis high power gradients, suitable for diffusion measurments.
Standard probe 1H/BB switchable with Z-PFG. Optimized for observation of heteronuclei and also suitable for observation of 1H.
VT: -80 to +150.
Alternate probes 1H/BB nanoprobe with Z-PFG. High-resolution magic angle spinning (HR-MAS) probe for observation of solid and solid phase supported samples and very small sample volumes (~40 ul).
1H{13C, 15N} with Z-PFG. This probe is optimized for 1H observation with simultaneous decoupling of 13C and 15N and is thus ideal for 1H detected 2D and 3D experiments (dilute samples, natural products, bio-molecules). Not suitable for the direct observation of heteronuclei
1H{BB} Optimized for observation of 1H with decoupling of a heteronucleus. Not suitable for observation of heteronuclei. Useful for observing 1H and 2D spectra of dilute samples at very high or very low temperatures
Purpose This instrument is expected to provide access for analysis of complex and concentration or mass limited samples as well as diffusion experiments.
Access Users with access to the old Unity 500 now have access to the new 500. Note! Some procedures, notably tuning the probe are different on this console. If you need help please let us know.
Sign-up rules Long periods of up to 10 hours and overnight times starting 8 pm weekdays. One week advanced sign-up allowed. Sign-up for short-time periods (< 1hr) should be made no more than 15 minutes before the starting time of the reservation. Long term experiments/group sign up on weekends and holidays.
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Questions, concerns, comments? Contact Ivan Keresztes, B-54, 255 0709, ik54@cornell.edu