The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Research Resource ( NMR3 ) is a diverse NMR centre, physically located in the Chemistry Building at Dalhousie University. We have an outstanding staff of two PhD scientists and instrumentation for liquids and solids ranging from 300 MHz to 700 MHz.
- Biological and Life Sciences
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Engineering - Agricultural, Forest, Environmental, Mining, Mineral
- Engineering - Chemical, Nuclear, Other
- Engineering - Civil, Structural
- Engineering - Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical
- Environmental and Earth Sciences
- Marine/Ocean Sciences
- Medical Sciences
- Agriculture, Animal Science and Food
- Chemical Industries
- Clean Technology
- Construction (including Building, Civil Engineering, Specialty Trades)
- Defense and Security Industries
- Energy (Renewable and Fossil)
- Environmental Technologies and Related Services
- Fisheries and Aquaculture
- Forestry and Forest-Based Industries
- Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Equipment
- Manufacturing and Processing
- Mining, Minerals and Metals
- Ocean Industries
- Professional and Technical Services (including Legal Services, Architecture, Engineering)
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Equipment 4 piece(s)
A three-channel 700 MHz NMR spectrometer dedicated to the study of solids. Six different probes are available (2.5 mm MAS, 4 mm MAS, 3.2 mm TriGamma, 4 mm triple resonance, 5 mm low gamma, and a 5mm EFREE)
A three-channel 500 MHz NMR spectrometer dedicated to the NMR study of liquids. Two different 5 mm probes are available: a BBFO Smartprobe and a TXI inverse. A 60 position autosampler is also available.
A three-channel 400 MHz NMR spectrometer dedicated to the study of solids. Five different probes are available (2.5 mm MAS, 4 mm MAS, 4 mm HXY MAS, 7 mm MAS, and a wideline).
A two-channel 300 MHz NMR spectrometer dedicated to the NMR study of liquids. A single 5mm BBFO probe is available with auto-tune and match accessory. A 16 position autosampler is also available.
Date submitted: Mon, Jan 23, 2017 4:48 PM
Date updated: Mon, Jan 23, 2017 4:48 PM