NMR Center

Infrastructure

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Physical Chemistry
  • Materials Chemistry
  • Biophysics
  • Structural Biology

Type of infrastructure

  • Equipment
  • Services

Description

The center provides access to equipment for high resolution and solid state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), as well as imaging, for studies on several topics, ranging from material science, diffusion, studies of small organic or inorganic molecules, to advanced studies of biomolecular structure and dynamics. The magnetic field strength varies between 200 – 600 MHz 1H frequency.

Equipment and resources

Biophysical chemistry (prof. Mikael Akke):
1) Varian 600 MHz VNMRS high resolution
spectrometer.
2) Varian 500 MHz VNMRS high resolution
spectrometer.
Inorganic chemistry at CAS (prof. Ola Wendt):
1) Varian 500 MHz UNITY Inova high-resolution
spectrometer.
Physical chemistry (prof. Daniel Topgaard):
1) Bruker 500 MHz Avance II high-resolution, solid state,
and imaging spectrometer.
2) Bruker 200 MHz Avance II high-resolution and
imaging spectrometer.
All spectrometers have various probe heads for
measurements on different nuclei, and for different
applications.

Services provided

The center provides access to equipment for high resolution and solid-state high-field NMR, as well as imaging. For unexperienced users, expert help and advice can be obtained from the Facility manager, who in certain cases also will design experiments, run the experiments, and help analyse the data. All data are generated, stored, and transferred locally.

Management of the infrastructure

The center is managed by Facility manager Göran Carlström, in association with professor Mikael Akke, professor Daniel Topgaard, and professor Ola Wendt.

Available for loan

Available for loan - internal and external

Terms of access:

Users from outside the immediate research groups can get access to the equipment, either to run experiments themselves, or to get advice and help from the Facility manager. In general, there is a charge for using the equipment, and also for scientific advice. There are different fees for external commercial users, and for users from LTH or the Natural science faculty.