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MERCURY 300
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Software VNMR 6.1C
Console 2 channel, four nucleus. Observe and decouple 1H, 13C, 31P and 19F ONLY. Single axis low power pulsed field gradients.
Standard probe 1H/X with Z-PFG. Optimized for observation of heteronuclei. Observation of 1H and gradient enhanced 2D experiments are also possible.
VT: -20 to +80.
Alternate probes none
Purpose This instrument is expected to provide walk-on access to 1H, 13C, 19F and 2D experiments for routine samples at ambient tempereture.
Access Anyone with premission to use the VXRS or the INOVAs automatically has scheduling permissions on the Mercury. All others, please contact us for training.
Sign-up rules Up to 30 minute blocks with 1 hour per person daily maxiumum all days of the week. Overnight times available after 8 pm, for obtaining 13C or 2D sets on moderately dilute samples.
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Questions, concerns, comments? Contact Ivan Keresztes, B-54, 255 0709, ik54@cornell.edu