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Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Facilities


NMR spectroscopy is one of the most potent techniques for detecting chemical structures and characterizing complicated dynamic systems. It is based on the behavior of atomic nuclei subjected to radio frequency energy in a high magnetic field. Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is comparable to nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), except it detects electron spins rather than nuclear spin responses. It's particularly beneficial for examining systems with free radicals or paramagnetism. Both of these methods are non-destructive, and they may be used on complicated systems with materials as small as nanograms.

Alfa Chemistry can help you with your research by using our magnetic resonance facilities to characterize the molecule and structure of the material. The magnetic resonance capabilities that we have are listed below. For additional information on our magnetic resonance spectroscopy laboratory, please contact Alfa Chemistry.

Alfa Chemistry Magnetic Resonance Capability

Bruker AV I 200 MHz NMR Spectrometer

Dual probes are supported by the dual-channel solution status instrument, which can be used to swiftly accomplish basic sample screening and reaction monitoring. Variable temperature studies between 180K and 370K are supported by the instrument.

Bruker AV III 400 MHz NMR Spectrometer

This is a three-channel narrow-bore NMR spectrometer with a 5 mm multi-core probe and several tri-core probes for studying specific nuclear combinations. It has a high-throughput autosampler with a regulated changeable temperature range of 180 to 370 degrees Celsius. It's ideal for analyzing the structure and characterization of small and medium molecules, as well as studying molecular dynamics and ligand binding. 2H, 19F, 11B, 13C, 15N, 17O, 29Si, 31P, 77Se, 119Sn, and other hetero nuclei are common.

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Facilities

Bruker AV III 500 MHz NMR Spectrometer

This is a high-sensitivity narrow-bore 3-channel NMR spectrometer with a 5 mm multi-nuclear probe and 1.7 mm micro-probe. The device has a high-throughput autosampler with temperature adjustable between 180K and 350K. It's designed for characterization and structure analysis of small and medium molecules, and it's tailored for quantitative sample measurement, sample purity, and QC/quality assurance applications.

Bruker AV III 600MHz NMR Spectrometer

A high-resolution low-temperature tri-nuclear probe is included in this narrow-bore 3-channel NMR spectrometer. The instrument has a high-throughput autosampler with separate rack temperature control, making it excellent for metabolomics research and fragment-based drug development. It also supports standard metabolomics methods. It's also great for biomolecular systems research, traditional molecular and structural characterization, and drug screening studies.

Bruker AV III 800MHz NMR Spectrometer

This 3-channel NMR spectrometer with a high-field, narrow-caliber probe is equipped with a high-resolution low-temperature tri-nuclear probe, which has a large signal-to-noise ratio advantage over a room temperature probe. The TCI probe works with normal 3 mm and 5 mm tubes, as well as special-shaped tubes for high-salt samples. The equipment is designed for the investigation of complicated biomolecular systems and can characterize tiny molecules with a very small sample volume.

Bruker EMXnano Bench-Top EPR Spectrometer

With a field range of 0~6.5 kg, this tabletop EPR device offers exceptional sensitivity and stability for a variety of research applications. It has a changeable temperature attachment that allows it to operate between 100 and 425 degrees Fahrenheit.

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Facilities

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