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The Big Chill:
Advances in Cold Probe Technology
November 19, 2019
8:00 a.m. PST,
11:00 a.m. EST,
16:00 GMT, 17:00 CET
Cold probe technology has entered a mature phase and liquid nitrogen cold probes offer significant sensitivity enhancements over traditional room temperature probes. Using liquid nitrogen as the cryogen affords greatly reduced operational costs compared to Helium cryostat probes. Basically, from an experiment time perspective, a N2 SuperCOOL probe easily does in an overnight timeframe what could take a full weekend, or more, in a room temperature probe.
Examples of routine 1 and 2 dimensional NMR data obtained with this fully broadband probe will be presented including measurements of normally very difficult to access carbon-carbon direct and long-range coupling pathways and J values. Both 13C and 1H detected examples of many useful experiments will be described. A brief overview of the unique and very convenient cryogenics system will also be presented.
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- Overview of NMR cryogenic probe technology and their advantages over room temperature probes
- Examples of routine 1 and 2 dimensional NMR data obtained with the JEOL 500 MHz Supercool Liquid N2 Broadband Probe will be presented.
- 13C and 1H detected examples of many useful experiments will be described.
- Managers of instrumentation facilities
- Medicinal chemists
- Synthetic organic chemists
- NMR spectroscopists
- Natural product chemists
- Those wishing to learn more about NMR probe technology
NMR in Applications
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