Four channel 800 MHz NMR spectrometer equipped with a 1H/13C/15N,31P cryoprobe and a 60 position autosampler for solution-state NMR spectroscopy
NMR is an non-destructive technique that is used primarily for molecular structure determination, though many other applications of the technique are possible, including the study of molecular interactions and dynamics. The sample must dissolve in a suitable solvent for solution-state NMR.
The high chemical shift dispersion and excellent sensitivity of this instrument make it the tool of choice for the most demanding NMR applications, particularly biological NMR studies such as protein structure determination, protein binding studies and so on.
A cryoprobe is significantly more sensitive than a room temperature probe to the extent that experiments can typically be acquired ca. 16x faster (when sensitivity is the time limiting factor).