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Magnetic Resonance Facility

The department of chemistry has the following NMR capabilities:

  • JEOL ECA 600 MHz instrument

        The new NMR instrument is made possible by a Major
        Research Instrumentation grant from the
        National Science Foundation
        (NSF-MRI grant #0722654).
        Contact: afranz@pacific.edu (group web page), 
                       vsamoshin@pacific.edu (group web page)

Picture archive (installation - summer 2008)

The JEOL 600 MHz Magnetic Resonance facility of the Chemistry Department allows analysis for multiple elements (auto-tuning) at variable temperatures and has medium-throughput capability (8-slot autosampler). Pulsed-field gradients allow experiments with indirect detection. The magnet is equipped with two probes, one of which has inverse geometry for enhanced 1H-sensitivity.

Pictures during exchange of magnet (summer 2009)

 De-energizing of magnet (June 18, 2009)

Removal of liquid helium/nitrogen (June 19, 2009)

Venting of vacuum insulation (June 19, 2009)

 Old magnet and new magnet (June 24, 2009)

New magnet on its legs (June 24, 2009)

 

 

 

 

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