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High-Field NMR Facility at NINT
Introduction
NMR spectroscopy can provide a wealth of information about the nature of solute molecules and solute-solvent interactions. NMR has been widely used in a variety of areas:

Determine Solution Structure of Small Molecules
DNA and Protein Structure Determination
Molecular Dynamics
Diffusion Measurements
Hydrogen Bonding Determination/pKa Measurements
Drug Screening
Metabolite Analysis -Metabolomics
Natural Product Chemistry
Polymer Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
The space
Located at the second floor of NINT building, the NINT High-Field NMR facility consisting of a VNMRS 600 MHz spectrometer provides access to state-of-the-art NMR instrumentation.

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VNMRS 600 Spectrometer overview
14.1 Tesla or 600 MHz for 1H
3 RF-channel “Direct Drive” console
Varian 5mm z-PFG AutoX DB probe for high frequency (1H—19F, 560-610 MHz) and low frequency (15N— 31P, 60-250 MHz) observe and decouple, Z-axis PFG (max. gradient strength 22G/cm)
ProTune automated probe tuning/matching: tuning from the keyboard
Automated deuterium locking
Automated deuterium gradient shimming
Variable temperature control (-20℃ to +80℃)
Z-axis pulsed field gradients
DOSY diffusion correlation spectroscopy software
VnmrJ 2.2C + ChemPack 4.1 software (Red Hat Linux 5.6)
HP Laser Jet 2420 (8.5 x 11)