We currently have four spectrometers:
This spectrometer is equipped with a 24 position autosample changer and a triple-resonance nitrogen cooled cryoprobe prodigyTM. This probe is optimised for observation of 1H/19F with enhanced sensitivity for 13C plus observation or decoupling of 15N. This probe is ideal for COSY, EXSY, NOESY, ROESY, HSQC, HMBC, TOCSY, DOSY and has a temperature range of 0 to +80 °C.
We also have a 5mm broadband multinuclear (BBO) probe for observation of nuclei in frequency range 109Ag to 31P. This machine can decouple or observe 1H or 19F and has a temperature range of +/- 135 °C
This is equipped with a 24 position autosample changer and a range of 5-10 mm probes covering virtually all NMR-active nuclei. A triple-resonance probe on this machine allows us to observe the spectra of 13C and many other nuclei with simultaneous decoupling of 31P and 1H
This instrument is used by specially trained researchers for a wide range of studies in synthetic, mechanistic and catalytic chemistry, there being a special interest in dynamic systems.
Equipped with a 64 position autosample changer and 5mm multinuclear broadband direct and indirect observation probes. The Delta program which controls the JEOL spectrometer provides all of the usual 1D and 2D experiments at temperatures from -100 to +135 °C. This machine is automated to achieve high sample throughput and is available to all trained researchers on a walk-up basis.
Equipped with a 60 position autosampler and a broadband multinuclear 5mm auto-tuning probe. This machine is automated to achieve high sample throughput and is available to all trained researchers on a walk-up basis.