NMRI participated at EUROMAR in Nantes, jointly with Q.One.
 
 

NMRI participated at 59th Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference in Orlando with Q.One. Along with Q.One automated STM probe and Quantum-I console, NMRI presented its new QMAS probe and MAS controller for solid-state NMR. The new QMAS probe with its ergonomic design features was set up with our 150 kHz stator and run on site with the controller to demonstrate the systems operation. We are very happy that there was alot of interest in Q.One and its NMR components.

Standard QMAS Probes

  • 400 & 600 MHz
  • HXY switchable to HC for optimized performance, <3 us pulse
  • -170 °C to +150 °C, low RF heating
  • BB tunable from 14N to 31P
  • over 25 kHz MAS rate
  • 40 mm design → compatible to SB magnets
  • Uniquely ergonomic design, front access T&M

NB! Variety of other probes on request, including >150 kHz spinning. 

MAS Controller

  • Manual, automated or user-programmable control of
    spinning and temperature
  • Remote access via ethernet
  • Precise control of up to 4 pneumatic channels
 

150 kHz MAS is here!

Key to resolution in 1H spin systems and paramagnetic compounds

We introduce you to the new 150 kHz MAS:

NMR MAS 150 kHz
Spinning test unit
has proven to run up to 150 kHz

The Drive pressure graph
shows the pressures needed to run the MAS rotor up to 150 kHz

PLEASE CONTACT FOR FURTHER DETAILS!

 
High-speed MAS NMR analyses has lead to a developement of novel negative ion batteries with superior capacity. Nearly triple the amount of specific cell energy than todays' market level.
Study of heterogeneous catalyses. MAS catalyses rotor temperature can be cycled between 350C and -50C.

NMR Institute (NMRI) participated in 56th Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference (ENC Conference) at Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, California.

 

Recent event:

NB! The conference starting date has changed from 14th to 13th of June!

White Nights Science on June 13.-20. 2015