NMR SPECTROSCOPY FACILITY
The Facility serves mostly undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral researchers in the Chemistry and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Departments. The research groups generally assign one or more group operator(s) the responsibility of disseminating Facility information (newsletter, notices, application notes, etc.) to other members of the group. G.O.'s also assist group members with instrument operation as needed. After appropriate training, users conduct their own NMR experiments. The NMR instruments are accessible to trained users 24 hours per day, year-round.
The nuclei of interest to most users are 1H and 13C, followed by 31P, 2H and 19F. A significant number of users study other nuclei as well; those include 29Si, 11B, 17O, 119Sn, 195Pt and 51V. The NMR experiments conducted by the users range from relatively simple one-dimensional (1D) direct-observe experiments (for 1H, 13C, 31P and 19F) to more elaborate two-dimensional (2D) experiments such as COSY, NOESY, HMQC/HSQC and HMBC, as well as diffusion and dynamics NMR experiments.
The NMR Spectrometers (click here for full descriptions)
AV-300 AVQ-400 AVB-400 DRX-500 AV-500 AV–600
Director: Dr. Christian Canlas
D1 Latimer Hall, Phone: (510)-642-6407, E-mail:cgcanlas(AT)
Graduate Student Staff: Ben Thuronyi and Andrew Neel, D11 Latimer Hall
Lab Assistants: Andrew Bigley, Jiansong Xu Phone: (510)-642-6407
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Some of our NMR Applications Notes
NMR related organizations and mailing lists:
The Association of Managers in Magnetic Resonance Laboratories (AMMRL): The AMMRL email archives
The BUM email archives
area is maintained by Chris Canlas (cgcanlas(AT)