Machine Name
    Inova 300
    Location
    Stauffer I 17A
    Hardware
    300 MHz NMR spectrometer
    Varian Inova console
    Sun Sparcstation 5
    Software
    Solaris 2.7
    VNMR 6.1C
    Primary Uses of Instrument
    1) 1D 13C or 1H in 10 mm tubes
    2) Long, quantitative 1D experiments
    3) 1D with variable temperature (-100º - 150ºC)
    4) 1D 1H, 13C, 19F, 31P, other nuclei
    5) Solid State NMR
    Probes
    5mm Switchable
        X/H

        Tunable to X nuclei from 31P (121 MHz) to 15N (30 MHz)
        Ideal for detection of broadband nuclei

    5mm 4-Nucleus (13C/31P-1H/19F)
       Ideal for easy detection of 31P and 19F

    10mm Switchable (Varian)
       X/H
       Tunable to X nuclei from 31P (121 MHz) to 15N (30 MHz)
       Ideal for detection of broadband nuclei with large sample           volumes

    10mm Switchable (Nalorac) (Standard Probe)
       X/H
       Tunable to X nuclei from 31P (121 MHz) to 15N (30 MHz)
       Ideal for detection of broadband nuclei with large sample           volumes

    5mm CP-MAS
       Solid-State NMR
       crosspolarization magic angle spinning probe

    7mm CP-MAS
       Solid-State NMR
       crosspolarization magic angle spinning probe
 


Setting the VT Temperature
Probes for Inova 300
Why Tune the Probe?
How to Tune the Probe
Calibrate 1H 90* Pulse

 

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