Goals

Our aim is to make the instruments in the GMU NMR Center easy to use, and matched to the needs and skill level of the users. Our users range from undergraduates who need a buttonized interface for their courses, to advanced researchers using multiple nuclei.

Both Instruments

NMR Magnet Safety

Preparation of an NMR Sample

DPX 300

Obtaining a 1H NMR Spectrum on the Bruker DPX 300

Obtaining a 13C NMR Spectrum on the Bruker DPX 300

Obtaining a 19F NMR Spectrum Coupled to 1H on the Bruker DPX 300

Obtaining a 19F NMR Spectrum Decoupled from 1H on the Bruker DPX 300

Saving to a Memory Stick on the Bruker DPX 300

Chem 318: Obtaining a 1H NMR Spectrum on the Bruker DPX 300

Chem 318 students: If the 1H NMR pdf manual above opens with nonsense characters, especially after clicking on the link in the 318 syllabus on the Organic Chemistry Laboratory web site, close and open your browser and type the http address of the pdf manually. Even if you cut and paste the http address, it sometimes brings along with it directions to open in a different pdf reader or a different version of the pdf reader. This is true of any pdf on any web site, and changes day by day as pdf readers and browsers are rewritten to defeat the competition. Safari users: Try clicking "Safari" in the top menu items, and then "Remove All Website Data", or you can try using Firefox instead.

DRX 400

Obtaining a 1H NMR Spectrum on the Bruker DRX 400

Obtaining a 13C NMR Spectrum on the Bruker DRX 400

Obtaining a 13C DEPT 135 NMR Spectrum on the Bruker DRX 400

Tuning and Matching 13C and 1H on the Broadband Direct Probe on the Bruker DRX 400

Saving to a Memory Stick on the Bruker DRX 400

The People