Sandy Bay Campus, Chemistry Building, Room 335
Our 400 MHz Varian “Inova Wide Bore Spectrometer is equipped to do solution, solid state, and microimaging NMR.
Solution work is undertaken using one of four probes:
Solid-state work is performed on a DOTY CPMAS broadband supersonic probe.
Proton micro-imaging studies are conducted using:
Typical applications of the system include establishing structures of unknown or novel compounds studies of dynamic processes, for example:
The micro-imaging equipment is generally used for the study of physiology and dynamic processes in botanical samples (eg. cellular destruction, plant response due to fungal attack and determining optimum harvesting times and techniques).
For more information contact Dr James Horne
Authorised by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)
21 March, 2013