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New high resolution NMR instrument installed in the Molecular Imaging Chemistry Laboratory (MICL)!

Author - Dr R E Canales Candela

The new Bruker instrument is a high performance digital AVANCE-III 300 MHz two channel (broadband H+X) NMR spectrometer. The NMR facility is capable of running all modern NMR experiments and on all standard NMR accessible nuclei including proton, carbon, fluorine, phosphorus, nitrogen, boron, etc. The AVANCE III NANOBAY console has a fully flexible research-level design suitable for use with multiple probeheads and accessories, routine and non standard or custom experiments (contact Dr R Canales erc28@wbic.cam.ac.uk)

 

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