Flinders NMR Facility

The Flinders NMR Facility provides nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for academic and industrial clients requiring analysis on solution or solid samples.

Located within the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, the spectrometers perform all of the standard 1D, 2D and 3D NMR solution experiments on 1H as well as a variety of other nuclei. Variable temperature experiments are also available. We have MAS probes for our 400 MHz spectrometer capable of up to 15KHz spinning rates enabling MAS and CPMAS experiments on solid samples.

The two spectrometers cover a broad range of NMR experiments from the more routine analysis (400 MHz) to high end experiments (600 MHz) on solution samples. In addition the sample changer fitted to the 600 MHz machine allows for a high throughput of solution samples. Solid samples are able to be analysed using either one of two solid state probes on the 400 MHz spectrometer.


Service and analysis capabilities

  • Characterisation of small and large molecules in solution
  • Solution and solid state samples
  • Molecular characterization and identification, degradation studies, materials characterization, kinetic of reactions, protein folding.

 

Instrumentation

Bruker 600 MHz Avance III Spectrometer

Probes available:

  • 5mm solution CHN Triple resonance 5mm BBI probe for optimal 1H sensitivity
  • 5mm BBFO probe for enhanced X channel sensitivity
  • 24 position sample changer installed.
  • Variable temperature (-150oC to +150oC) experiments available.

Best uses – routine and advanced 1, 2 and 3D solution experiments on 1H or multinuclear, variable temperature experiments. High throughput of solution samples is available with sample changer.

 

Bruker 400 MHz Avance III Spectrometer

Probes available:

  • 5mm solution BBI for optimal 1H sensitivity
  • 4mm MAS for experiments up to 15kHz spinning speed
  • 7mm MAS for experiments up 7kHz spinning speed
  • Variable temperature (-150oC to +150oC) experiments available on solution probes only.

Best uses – routine 1, 2D solution experiments on 1H or multinuclear, variable temperature experiments, solid state 1H and X nuclei experiments.

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Contact

Associate Professor Martin Johnston
Assistant Dean
School of Chemistry, Physics and Earth Sciences

Phone: (+61 8) 820 12317
martin.johnston@flinders.edu.au

 

Location

Room 355
Physical Sciences Building (Bldg 54)
Flinders University - see campus map

 

Postal Address

NMR Facility

Faculty of Science & Engineering
Flinders University
GPO Box 2100
Adelaide  SA  5001