600 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectometer

600 MHz NMR (Magic) at the Slovenian NMR Centre in Ljubljana


Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy is a research technique that exploits atomic nuclei with non-zero magnetic moments to act as tiny probes for the detection of the local structure, dynamics, reaction state and chemical environment within molecules. NMR spectra are unique, well-resolved, analytically tractable and often highly predictable for small molecules. NMR analysis is therefore used for confirming the identity of a substance. Different functional groups are easily distinguishable and identical functional groups with differing neighbors still give distinguishable signals. NMR is also a valuable tool for studying local structure and dynamics in a variety of solid systems. Objects of such solid-state NMR studies in materials science are inorganic/organic aggregates in crystalline and amorphous states, composite materials, heterogeneous systems including liquid or gas components, suspensions and molecular aggregates with dimensions on the nanoscale.

Contact: Janez Plavec
Tel: +386 147 60 353

Technical specifications Agilent Technologies VNMRS 600 MHz

Magnet: 14.1 Tesla 51 mm bore Oxford Superconducting Magnet
System: Red Hat 6.1
Software: VNMRJ rev. 3.2A
Probe 1: 5mm 1H{13C/15N} PFG Triple Probe (from -20oC to +80oC)
Probe 2: 5mm 1H{13C/15N/31P} PFG Penta Probe (from -100oC to +120oC)
Probe 3: 5mm 13C-31P Broadband Probe (from -150oC to +200oC)
Probe 4: 5mm low-gamma Broadband Probe (from -80oC to +130oC)
Probe 5: 5mm 1H{15N-31P} PFG Indirect Probe (from -50oC to +50oC)
Probe 6: 4mm 1H Nano Probe (from -150oC to +200oC)
Probe 7: 3.2mm Double Resonance HX MAS Probe (Varian) (from -40oC to +100oC)
Probe 8: 1.6mm Triple Resonance HXY FastMAS Probe (Varian) (from 0oC to +70oC)
Probe 9: 5mm Triple Resonance HXY SupersonicMAS Probe (Doty) (from -40oC to +70oC)
Probe 10: 4 mm Double Resonance HX HotMAS (Custom made) (from +30oC to +320oC)

Sample environment

Detailed information can be found on the Instrument’s webpage.