NMR Instruments in the Chemistry Department

Please Readthe Safety and Lab Practices Guidelines for the NMR Lab

Users of the Facility Must Read and Understand

New Users--Click Here to Download a Training Record Form

Click on a Spectrometer to learn more about it...

UserGuide for the Bruker DRX 500

UserGuide for the AVANCE 400

UserGuide for the Bruker AV-III 500

 

UserGuide for the Anazazi EFT-60

Remember....

Thursdays 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Liquid Nitrogen fills!

Don’t Schedule in these time slots.

Some Useful Links.........

Schedule Time on an Instrument (Thursdays have time reserved for each instrument for cryogen maintenance)

(Booking system courtesy of the Complex Carbohydrate Research Centerat the University of Georgia)

UserGuide for the Internet Scheduling System

How to Transfer NMR Data to your PC

How do I Find my Data?

UserGuide for the Offline PC-based DataProcessing Software

Tips for Cleaning NMR Tubes

NMRSignals from Common Deuterated NMR solvents (from Cambridge IsotopeLaboratories) 

Where do residual solvents absorb in myNMR samples?

What are the NMR properties of the various elements?

Where on the Web can I go to Learn more about NMR?

For an extensive collection of NMR spectral assignments organized by structure type, see this database graciously shared by Prof. Hans Reich of the University of Wisconsin

 

View Dr. DeBrosse's Recent PChemLab Lecture

Using NUTS and Data Analysis for the PChem Lab (and others)

For the Full Technical Manual on AcornNMR NUTS

Course Notes for Dr. DeBrosse's Chem 421 class

Return to the Chemistry Department Homepage

Contact the Facility Director,Dr.Charles DeBrosse

Phone 215-204-1082

Lab 215-204-6312

Fax 215-204-1532