Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) service is equipped with a 400 MHz Bruker Avance III spectrometer, that is available to the staff of the Department of Chemistry. The Service can provide activities for third parties upon request.
Samples are prepared by solubilization in 0.6 ml of deuterated solvent.
Description of the technique
The NMR spectrometer of the Service is equipped with superconducting magnets at 9,4 T (400 MHz for proton), with specific (carbon and hydrogen) probeheads and multinuclear probeheads for all the nuclei having resonance frequencies included between those of phosphorus 31 and silver 109. It is equipped with the most advanced hardware and software and can perform the most updated multidimensional experiments, both homonuclear and inverse heteronuclear, also due to the presence of an efficient system for the generation of magnetic field gradient.