Bruker AVIIIHD-800 (Georgia Tech)

800 MHz four channel NMR spectrometer

Bruker AVIIIHD-800 (Georgia Tech)
Bruker AVIIIHD-800 (Georgia Tech)
Available Probes: 
Ultra-high sensitivity 3 mm TCI helium temperature cryoprobe. 1H observe with 15N and 13C decoupling. 13C observe with 1H and 15N decoupling, including 2H decoupling. The probe includes actively shielded Z gradients with automatic tuning and matching. Variable temperature from -40 to +80 °C is possible. Although this probe can run all types of standard 1H and 13C NMR samples, it is optimized for multi-dimensional biological samples.
 
800 MHz 5 mm broadband probe for 1H, 15N - 31P with actively shielded Z gradients and automatic tuning and matching. Variable temperature from -150 to +150 °C is possible.
 
The high sensitivity 3 mm probe requires a minimum of 160 microliters of solvent, while the 5 mm probe requires a minimum of 0.6 mL of solvent. The small volume of the 3 mm NMR tube is beneficial if you have only a very limited quantity of sample and need the greatest sensitivity.
 
Accessories: 
Case 24 sample auto-sampler under the control of ICONNMR software.
BCU-1 temperature stabilization accessory.
 
Software: 
Bruker topspin 3.5 pl5 including non-uniform sampling software.
This instrument is capable of running all 1D, 2D and 3D-nD NMR experiments.
 
Consortium Member Fees*: 

Instrument, prime time (M-F) 8 AM – 6 PM:

$30/hour

Instrument, non-prime (all other times):

$20/hour

Manager assistance or training:

$40/hour

*These rates only apply to personnel from consortium member institutions (Emory, Georgia Tech and Georgia State). Enquire for the charge rates if you are not from a consortium member institution.

Location - Georgia Tech

Room G143
901 Atlantic Dr NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
 

Contact - Georgia Tech

Leslie Gelbaum
Phone: (404) 894-4079
 
Johannes Leisen
Phone: (404) 894-9241