This instrument was obtained in 2007 with a grant from the National Science Foundation, and it is located in Clement 127. We have two probes that can be used with this instrument, a broad-band probe and an inverse probe. The instrument is also equipped with a 24 tube autosampler (NMR CASE). The instrument utilizes the TopSpin software and can be run manually or automatically (using ICONNMR). The Bruker NMR is used by students taking organic chemistry (Chem-211 and Chem-212), and by students in the NMR course (Chem-418); it is also used in Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis (Chem-312). Research students working with Professors Curran, Brindle, Parr and Prigodich routinely use this instrument.
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