Welcome to the Swedish NMR Centre (SNC)

User fees at SNC Gothenburg

 


How to acknowledge the Swedish NMR Centre Gothenburg in publications

The Swedish NMR centre at the University of Gothenburg is acknowledged for support.


Booking overview at SNC Gothenburg

Booking of instruments at the NMR Centre is done by the staff. If you want to request time on a magnet, use the relevant access form on this page. If you have any questions regarding booking, e-mail Cecilia Persson.

The booking situation of the instruments can be examined by clicking here. 

 

 

600#2 Walkup

The 600#2 1H/19F/31P/13C/15N CryoProbe is available for Walkup use. We will routinely fill nitrogen and helium and at these occasions pause the queue for 1-3 hours.

To get access, contact Cecilia Persson using the email snc@nmr.gu.se

Documents for access (below):

  1. Check list (also available in printed format at the spectrometer)

  2. Rack positions for each PI group / user.

 

Current operating mode 600 ‘white’

metabolomics

Planned date for switching operating mode: TBD

NB! Due to a substantial queue of samples for metabolomics acquisition, probe change to diffusion, imaging or BBO will be planned so that multiple requests can be catered for in sequence. In other words, no switching to non-IVDr-mode for a day or two only. Getting back to IVDr specs after such a switch is a multi-day thing…ergo a wish to minimize switches.




Probe characteristics at SNC Gothenburg



900

900

800#2

800#1

700

600#2

600B

400

probe

3 mm TCI

5mm TCI

5mm TXO

3mm TCI

5 mm QCI-F

5 mm QCI-P

IVDr

diffusion

BBO/BBI

DNP

EB 13C



1600

3000











EB 1H



10600

3100

3600

5300







ASTM 13C

800

1800

3500

600

1200

1300





S/N in sucrose standard sample test, 2 mM

860

1600

600

900

900

1100

400 (IVDr)



15N HSQC median S/N in 20' for 0.6 mM ubiquitin

















TFT 19F









4600

5800





31P











600










User fees at SNC Umeå

 


How to acknowledge the Swedish NMR Centre Umeå in publications

The Swedish NMR centre at Umeå University is acknowledged for support.