Denmark currently harbors one national NMR instrument at Aarhus University, at the Danish Center for Ultrahigh-Field NMR Spectroscopy, which is the largest assembly of high-field spectrometers in Denmark and hosts among others the only 950 MHz spectrometer in Scandinavia.
In addition, there are different local NMR instruments in our institutions. You can find links to the groups and instruments below, in the section “Local Nodes”.
The 22.3T (950 MHz) Bruker NMR Spectrometer at AU is equipped with a cryogenic cooled liquid-state probe, several solid-state MAS probes for both bio and material purposes and a few static solid-state probes. This magnet offers the highest sensitivity and resolution for most purposes in all of Northern Europe, and it is an actively shielded standard bore magnet used for both liquids and solids.
The different institutions that take part in DANNMR have NMR equipments with diverse characteristics, ranging from 950 MHz to 300 MHz. Find more information about each of them in the links below:
10 state-of-the-art NMR-spectrometers from 950 MHz to 300 MHz, equipped for numerous purposes
300 MHz Varian INOVA, 400 MHz Bruker Avance III and 600 MHz Varian Direct Drive NMR-spectrometers
Different members of DANNMR are also in need for upgrades or new instruments. Please, contact Caspar Elo Christensen (email@example.com) if you have any questions or suggestions about the current instruments or about the new requirements, as well as about possible funding opportunities.
Pictures: Kaare Teilum working with the equipment at cOpenNMR Center, University of Copenhagen.
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