Queen Mary’s high field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) service is equipped with a Bruker AV600 spectrometer featuring:
An automatic sample changer with capacity for up to 60 samples
Variable temperature control from -80oC to 90oC
Solution state probes:
Solid state capability with the following probes:
Software available for processing and analysing NMR data, including:
The departmental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) service has two Bruker 400 MHz spectrometers (Avance and Avance III). We also offer an external high-resolution (solution-state) NMR service. Solid-state NMR can also be provided by special request.
One has an Avance III HD console (the "HD 400") and one has an Avance III console (the "AV3 400"). They are both equipped with 60 position automatic sample changers and auto-tuning multinuclear (BBO) probes. The AV3 400 also has 19F capability. They operate a 24/7 walk-up service in which users run their own samples using Bruker's IconNMR software.
Advice on experiment selection and data interpretation is also available. Please refer to our NMR Facility Service Level Agreement [PDF 58KB].
Find out more, including how to book the service, on the NMR server website.
There are a range of charges for using these facilities, depending on your relationship to the school.
600 MHz = £22 per hour
400 MHz = £16 per hour
600 MHz = £100 per hour is charged for spectra run between 09:00 and 17:00 (Monday – Friday), £40 per hour for overnight and weekend acquisitions
400 MHz = £40 per hour
To find out more about this service, contact our NMR Facility Manager Dr Harold Toms.