NMR Spectroscopy Facility
The University of Oregon Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Facility provides a diverse array of magnetic resonance research capabilities for routine and advanced analysis of both solutions and solid state samples. The facility is located in the Chemistry Research Instrument Service (CRIS) laboratories in Klamath Hall.
The facility is home to four high-field superconducting magnets equipped for solution state analysis of 1H, 13C, 31P, 19F and 11B as well as advanced techniques such as CPMAS solid-state NMR.
Multinuclear probes permit the study of virtually any magnetic nucleus (e.g. 15N,2H, 195Pt, 29Si, 23Na, 113Cd).
Indirect detection probes permit a variety of 2D and 3D techniques for molecular structure determination (e.g. COSY, NOESY, HMQC, HMBC, TOCSY, INADEQUATE) of molecules in solution.
Instruments in the facility are available to all qualified academic, research, or commercial users.
Dr. Nanette Jarenwattananon
CAMCOR NMR Spectroscopy Facility
Solution-State NMR Instrumentation
- Bruker Avance III-HD 600 NMR Spectrometer
- Bruker Avance III-HD 500 NMR Spectrometer
- Varian INOVA-500 NMR Spectrometer
Solid-State NMR Instrumentation
- Varian VNMRS-500 NMR Spectrometer with Phoenix 1.6 mm HXY CPMAS Solid-State NMR Probe