NMR Spectrometer: 600-MHz NB Varian Inova (Liquids) - (Glacier)
- 600 Mhz 1H frequency
- Varian Inova console
- VnmrJ 2.2D software
- Penta probe (Z-gradient) with variable-temperature (VT) control
- Equipped for protein structure determination and metabolomics research
Highlighted Research Applications
- Structural biology
- Protein structure and dynamics
- Nuclei acid structure and dynamics.
- Eukaryotic and prokaryotic.
- Inorganic liquids investigations.
Researchers may operate the system independently and can be trained to manage fully self-directed operations. Collaborative work with staff scientists is encouraged. For remote use, the user may ship sample(s) to EMSL, and a staff scientist will assist with placing the sample(s) in the magnet and tuning the probe. The user then can operate the spectrometer via a secure Internet connection.
- 5-mm Penta probe (H, P, C, N, and D)
- 5-mm HCN probe
- 5-mm broadband probe (X-tuning range: 60-243 MHz) VT (-80°C to 120°C)
- 5-mm HX indirect detection probe (X-tuning range: 60-243 MHz).
All of the listed probes have a VT range of -20 to 80°C.
The spectrometer is equipped with four radio frequency channels and a Z-axis gradient amplifier.
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- In situ DRIFTS-MS studies on the oxidation of adsorbed NH3 by NOx over a Cu-SSZ-13 zeolite.
- Tomography and High-Resolution Electron Microscopy Study of Surfaces and Porosity in a Plate-Like γ-Al2O3.
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