UCL Chemistry NMR Instruments


TCI 1.7mm micro-cryoprobe in Bristol, 700 MHz

Proton optimised 1.7mm micro-cryoprobe in Bristol, 700 MHz

Professor Matthew Crump, NMR website

School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantock's Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS

Non-standard feature: Proton optimised 1.7mm micro-cryoprobe (30 micro litre sample volume, 4-5 x 1H mass sensitivity of comparable 5mm probe)
1H frequency: 700 MHz

Console type and age: AVIII HD, 2015

Probe(s) type, nuclei, gradients: TCI 1.7mm cryoprobe (1H, 13C observe), z-gradients

Temperature range: Normally 0-50 ˚C

Sample changer: SampleJet

Approximate number of hours per week for shared usage: There is a lead time of several weeks with the instrument. Staff availability for experiment (small molecule and protein). Charges would be @£100/hour for long acquisitions. Short one-off experiments would be costed by arrangement.

Staff availability for sample preparations: Yes