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Announcments & Equipment Logs

November, 2018

ALERT ! AV500 – NEW TBI PROBE IS READY FOR USE

Triple Resonance probe TBI – 1H, 13C {X-BB}-Z gradient probe is ready for use. STANDARD SHIM SET :  Please start with ‘rsh stdtbi’  and proceed with Topshim.   Of course, you have to lock onto your solvent first. Few highlights about the probe: Here is the front plate view that is self-explanatory   View of the […]

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ALERT ! AV500 – PROBE SWAP – CHANGE IN SCHEDULE

The original schedule of Probe swap in this instrument has been advanced to today/tomorrow.  Part of the motivation for this is the (good) news that the REVIVED DRX499 is almost ready for full scale deployment within a few days. We are placing a new probehead called TBI-1H,13C {X} – Z gradient in AV500. This probe […]

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IMPORTANT NOTE : UPCOMING TRAINING ON MANUAL SHIMMING AND TUNE/MATCH

Currently, we have only two spectrometers equipped with the ATMA facility and Topshim functionality.  Decidedly, both these features take the drudgery out of routine NMR run, especially short ones. If you are someone who come to totally rely on these features for your NMR runs,  you do have to face the following cons : You […]

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ALERT ! AV500 : IMMINENT PROBE CHANGE NEXT WEEK

The BBO probe will be installed and tested and hopefully be ready by the forenoon of 29th Nov ’18, Thursday. Please take note of this and plan accordingly. NMR Facility Manager 11/29/2018

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AV700 and DRX499 UPDATE : PLEASE READ – SOLUTIONS TO SOLIDS TRANSITION – PLANS

The AV700 NMR spectrometer will be receiving a new Solid State MAS NMR probehead within the next few weeks.  I will announce the finer details of this piece of equipment later. Please note that, currently the instrument is transitioned to solid state NMR mode to confirm its functionality before the new probehead is installed and […]

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