The NMR facilities of the Chemistry Department at Newcastle University are housed in the Wolfson Suite of the Bedson Building, which is an air-conditioned, purpose-built laboratory.  We currently have 3 spectrometers:

Jeol Lambda 500 MHz (upgraded to eclipse) spectrometer

with an auto-sampler and a range of 5 and 10 mm direct and

indirect observation probes covering virtually all NMR-active

nuclei including 1H, 2H, 7Li, 11B, 13C, 15N, 17O, 19F, 27Al,

29Si, 31P, 51V, 113Cd, 119Sn, 171Yb, 195Pt and 207Pb







Jeol ECS-400 MHz shielded magnet equipped with an auto-sampler, and auto-tune field-gradient probe with full multinuclear capabilities.

The Delta program which controls the JEOL spectrometers provides all of the usual 1D and 2D experiments such as COSY, EXSY, NOE difference, NOESY, ROESY, HSQC, HMBC, TOCSY, etc, at temperatures from -100 to +150 deg C.







Bruker Avance 300 MHz multinuclear instrument with auto-sampler pulsed field gradients.  The instrument is automated to achieve high sample throughput and is available to all trained researchers on a walk-up basis.