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Interested in using our NMR equipment?

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is widely used to determine the structure of organic molecules and is closely tied to the development of molecular sciences in materials, food, and health.

Our expertise lies in the elucidation of small molecules in solution. We provide support to several research groups such as organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry and chemical biology. The NMR lab has 3 spectrometers: 300, 500 and 600 MHz (1H resonance frequency) and can cover a wide range of NMR experiments. Besides the common nuclei 1H and 13C, we can also study 11B, 15N, 19F, 31P and 195Pt. Our 600 MHz spectrometer is equipped with an inverse triple resonance (TCI) cryo probe which enables us to record spectra at sub milligram levels.

As a non-invasive and broadly applicable technique, NMR stands as one of the widely utilized analytical methods that evolves alongside scientific advancements, continually finding novel and abundant applications across diverse research domains such as biology, chemistry, physics, and medicine.

Domain: Pharma
Range of service: Measure and Monitor Molecules

Contact us for NMR Experiments
Elwin will follow up to discuss further

    eg: Sample name and molecular weight, Sample additives, Solution: solubility/solvent/concentration, Sample availability (quantity), Temperature (typical/max allowed), Sample purity (estimation, impurities, paramagnetic), 15N 3C 2H/other labeling

    Questions about running NMR experiments?

    Contact Person: Elwin Janssen, NMR Facility Manager
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