Please note that all users must
be trained by a member of the NMR staff before using any of these facilities: training can be arranged by emailing the NMR staff at email@example.com
Instruments available for walk-up use at any time of the day on the ground and first floors (Organic) or second floor (Inorganic). These provide common 1D and 2D experiments under automation for routine structure characterisation with fast turnaround.
Samples may be submitted to the NMR staff for the collection of NMR data, and in some cases also for its interpretation. These samples typically are either limited in quantity, require more advanced NMR analysis, or are to be studied under non-standard conditions (such as high or low temperature).
Instruments in the basement NMR lab can be reserved through an online booking system
and used in ‘hands-on’ mode for manual or automated operation.
These are longer-term projects involving the NMR staff and research students, often in collaboration with research groups within Chemistry. Most of this work uses the 500, 600, and 700 MHz spectrometers in the basement.