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This email list serves users of the 14 T (600 MHz) NMR Spectrometer in the MGH Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging.

Capabilities:

High resolution liquid state:
5 mm 15N-31P{1H} direct observe (BBO)
10 mm 15N-31P{1H} direct observe (BBO)
5 mm {15N-31P}1H indirect observe (BBI)) with z-axis gradient (use this probe for high resolution 5 mm proton spectroscopy)

High resolution magic angle spinning:
4 mm 1H{13C} 15 kHz magic angle gradient

High resolution solid state:
4 mm 15N-31P/1H/19F 15 kHz
double-tuned single coil

Microimaging:
100 G/cm gradients
5 mm solenoid 1H
10 mm birdcage 1H
20 mm birdcage 1H
20 mm birdcage 1H/13C
20 mm birdcage 1H/31P
30 mm birdcage 1H/19F

All probes have temperature control.

Only authorized users who have been checked out by Chris Farrar, Jerry Ackerman or George Dai may operate this instrument independently. The list of authorized users is posted at the entrance to the laboratory (room 131).

Near the operator's console you will find instructions for instrument shutdown, cold start and rebooting (only to be used when absolutely necessary; be certain to follow these instructions EXACTLY), and for setting up probes, variable temperature, etc.

The Linux host computer for this instrument is 14t.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu. Data may be accessed remotely via secure ftp or ssh. A second Linux workstation 14tview.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu for processing data offline is in the same laboratory. Like the host, it runs Bruker Paravision 3.01 and XWINNMR 3.5. It has an attached Lexmark C510n PS3 color laser printer \printsrv t.

Contacts:
Chris Farrar cfarrar@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu (cell 857-234-0814)
Jerry Ackerman jerry@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu (office 617-726-3083 cell 617-645-4371 home 617-332-3761)
George Dai dai@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu (cell 617-823-8631)

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