Paris - Room B042 Malott 












Paris is a three-channel Bruker DRX 500 MHz spectrometer with broadband fluorine, inverse triple resonance, and high-resolution magic angle spinning (HR-MAS) probes.

The instrument also has a MAS controller, a modified BCU-05 temperature bath for low temperature operation and a liquid nitrogen boil off variable temperature controller.

Paris is used primarily for special experiments which tend to be more time consuming such as variable temperature and time course experiments.  

This instrument is capable of running many different nuclei including but not limited to boron, selenium, tin and rhodium.









Congratulations to Brian Blagg for the Mitscher Professorship great honor for Brian; great way to remember Les

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