What does the NMR laboratory offer?
The centre offers problem-solving using NMR spectroscopy. The offer includes recording and the processing of NMR spectra as well as consultation regarding this. The offer includes both small-defined tasks as larger projects.
What issues are relevant?
NMR spectroscopy normally requires that the samples consist of substances which are pure in chemical terms, or mixtures of these substances. Purity of the samples can often be indicated by NMR spectroscopy. Samples that in chemical terms are complex mixtures or heavily polluted, reduces the chance for getting information from the NMR spectroscopy.
What does it cost?
The current price is set at DKK 600 per device hour without overhead. In addition, the normal hourly rate for the staff involved with an overhead of 110%. Major projects are settled through a cooperation agreement.
Where do I turn?
Associate Professor Michael Petersen and Associate Professor Paul Stein
Solid State NMR Spectroscopy
Acquisition and analysis of solid-state magic angle spinning (MAS) NMR spectra of organic and inorganic materials. Both small, routine and larger projects are possible.
Materials of interest:
Solid state NMR often gives complimentary information to powder X-ray diffraction. In addition, it is possible to study amorphous materials and complex mixtures e.g., with several phases or polymorphs present. It is possible to obtain information about purity, relative concentration of various species as well as structural information about the local chemical environment. Solid State NMR is especially relevant when information about the solid state is desired or the compound is insoluble or unstable in solution. A variety of different nuclei including 1,2H, 6,7Li, 13C, 23Na, 27Al, 29Si, 31P, 51V, 119Sn, 111,113Cd, 207Pb.
Instrument: Currently, DKK 600 per hour excluding overhead. The staff is paid per hour using standard wages. For larger project, price is settled pr contract.
For more information please contact Assistant Professor Ulla Gro Nielsen.