About the service

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a powerful spectroscopic technique that provides information about the structural and chemical properties of molecules. NMR is one of the few non-destructive methods for analyzing structure and molecular dynamics. The High-Resolution NMR Lab, housed in the Magnetic Resonance Unit, comprises six high-resolution spectrometers ranging from 300-1000 MHz.

The UltraShield Bruker AVANCE III-300 spectrometer is an open-access facility offered mainly to members of the Organic Chemistry department and is used primarily for routine identification and standard work with small organic molecules.

The Bruker AVANCE III-400 and AVANCE III HD-500 spectrometers mainly serve scientists in the Department of Organic Chemistry and provide a modern facility for their analyses, including diffusion experiments and studies of nuclei in the low-frequency range.

The UltraShield Bruker AVANCE NEO-600 spectrometer recently installed, enables state-of-the-art high-resolution multi-dimensional experiments for specialized biologically oriented research. Being equipped with both a 1.7 mm and a 5 mm TCI CryoProbes as well as with an automatic sample changer, it provides a modern facility for metabolomics studies. 

The 800 MHz high-resolution spectrometer (Bruker) enables high-resolution multi-dimensional experiments for specialized biologically oriented research. This AVANCE III-800 spectrometer is equipped with a 5 mm TCI CryoProbe to further increase its sensitivity.

The 1000 MHz (1 GHz) ultrahigh field NMR spectrometer (Bruker) recently installed is the 3rd of its kind worldwide and provides access to the highest magnetic field currently available in Israel, enabling state-of-the-art high-resolution multi-dimensional experiments for specialized biologically oriented research.

Tali Scherf
Tali Scherf
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Tel. 08-934-3133