600 MHz VNMRS, Chemistry 93

600 MHz VNMRS NMR Spectrometer at the UC Davis NMR Facility

600 MHz VNMRS NMR Spectrometer at the UC Davis NMR Facility

The 600 MHz Varian VNMRS Spectrometer in Chemistry room 93 is the most popular spectrometer for standard 1D and 2D NMR experiments on small molecules.

Spectrometer Information

  • 600 MHz Varian VNMRS Spectrometer located in room Chem 93
  • Used primarily for obtaining routine 1D and 2D NMR spectra of small molecules
  • Uses VnmrJ software on a Linux RedHat workstation
  • Typically equipped with a 1H / Broadband double-resonance probe
      • Broadband channel tunable from 15N to 31P
  • Daytime (8am - 5pm), 15 minute to 1 hour reservations
  • Users may reserve amount of time during evenings and weekends

Examples of Spectrometer Usage

Supplemental content

NMR Facility Information

NMR Facility Staff

Prof. Gary Smith - Director, NMR Facility

530-752-6168

gmsmith@ucdavis.edu

Dr. Jeff WaltonMRI / Imaging and Misc. NMR

530-752-7794

jhwalton@ucdavis.edu

Dr. Ping Yu - Liquids and Solids NMR

530-752-4396

pyu@ucdavis.edu