Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility
Department of Chemistry at The University of Chicago
5735 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637

Technical contact:
Antoni Jurkiewicz

There is an annual training course entitled “Practical Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy” which gives new users the opportunity to obtain an NMR account. The training course is designed to provide an understanding of the physics of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, as well as of the theory behind the instrumentation and pulse sequences. This course should provide the new user with the skill of manual operation and the parameter understanding involved in setting up and executing experiments. Trainees that complete the course will be provided a password and may use NMR spectrometer time. Students who are interested in more advanced NMR applications are very welcome.

Users who missed the course need to arrange their own schedule of the learning process in order to obtain an NMR account.



  Bruker AVANCE III 500; 11.7 Tesla NMR

  Bruker AVANCE II+ 500; 11.7 Tesla NMR

  Bruker  DRX 500; 11.7 Tesla NMR

  Bruker DRX 400; 9.3 Tesla NMR