Chemmagnetic 300 MHz


IMG 0754


CMX 300 (1993)

Location: Room 005 of Physical Science I









Description:

The Chemagnetics CMX-II 300 MHz spectrometer is equipped with three rf channels for study of magnetic nuclei at resonant frequencies from 10 to 300 MHz. Six probes enable study of almost all NMR active nuclei in solid-state samples. All probes are equipped for operation at -150 to +250 °C, except the 2.5 mm MAS.

PROBES

Double resonance 7.5 mm (1-7 kHz) MAS probe for 15N -31P observe and 1H decoupling

Double resonance 5 mm (2-10 kHz) MAS probe for 15N -31P observe and 1H decoupling with low carbon background

Stationary probe for wideline deuterium experiments

Double resonance 7.5 mm (1-7 kHz) MAS probe for low frequencies:73Ge -31P at 10.5-122 MHz with low aluminum background (This is currently refashioned into a static probe.)

Triple resonance (H-X-Y) 5 mm MAS probe, 17.2-122 MHz observe with low aluminum background. 

Double resonance 2.5 mm (20 kHz) MAS probe for 15N -31P observe and 1H decoupling, shared with Dr. Jeffery White’s lab.