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194 and 196 Kolthoff Hall
207 Pleasant Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0431
The NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) lab is a facility of the
chemistry department; its principal job is to provide access to NMR
equipment and expertise for departmental research and teaching. It is also available
to other departments within the university, other academic
to external organizations.
For more information:
Information for Industrial Clients:
We offer a wide range of services to external organizations
one- and two-dimensional proton, carbon, fluorine, phosphorous
well as more exotic nuclei like lithium, deuterium, nitrogen, boron,
aluminum. We can perform variable temperature (-100-+100C)
collect solvent suppressed spectra in 90% H2O and no-D solvents. We
prompt sample turnaround times (often same-day service). Using our
instruments, including our three autosamplers, we have the
capability to deliver
superior results for small (1 sample) jobs up to the large
automation of hundreds
of samples per week.
- Instrument and Rate Information
- Sample Submission Form
For local users only (from umn.edu hosts):
FREE third-party software and NMR spectral database:
Some other NMR web sites of interest:
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Last modified: Apr 2022