Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

The nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy facility provides information on molecular structure and dynamics at atomic level resolution.

The biomolecular nuclear magnetic resonance facility at UVa is home to one 800, four 600, and one 500 MHz spectrometers, which are equipped with triple-resonance cryoprobes. A 500 MHz solid-state NMR spectrometer with a heteronuclear MAS-probe is available for solids experiments.

EPR equipment includes two X-band cw spectrometers, a pulse X-band machine capable for DEER, and a pulse Q band spectrometer.

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In our department, the Bushweller, Derewenda and Tamm labs, rely on the services of this facility.