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Bruker 400 MHz NMR, Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb The Bruker 400 MHz NMR is equipped with liquids, solids, and HRMAS capabilities. This instrument is capable of extended variable temperature studies with a VT range of -80C to +100C.

Bruker Avance III HD 600 MHz NMR, Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb This Bruker 600 MHz NMR is equipped with a 5 mmTriple Resonance Prodigy Cryoprobe. CPP TCI 600 H&F-C/N-D-5-Z. It is ideally suited for biological and protein structure determination. Additionally protein and bimolecular dynamics in solution can be studied with this instrument.

Bruker Avance III HD 850 MHz NMR, Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb The Bruker 850 MHz spectrometer is equipped with a 5 mm H&F-C/N-D TCI Cryoprobe, a 1.7 mm H-C/N-D TCI Cryoprobe, and 1.3 mm Ultrafast HX MAS probe. This instrument is equipped for liquids and solids. The instrument is ideally suited for the study of complex biomolecules.

Bruker Biospin AVANCETM III 400 NMR, Facility:Proteomics and Functional Genomics Core Facility

The Bruker Biospin AVANCETM III 400 Spectrometer System utilizes a superconducting magnet system with 5.4 cm bore (operation field at 9.395 Tesla). The unit is equipped with a sample transport system that enables high flow rates for VT gas. Bruker TopSpin software is used for data acquisition and processing.

Bruker D8 Specialized Powder X-ray Diffractometer, Facility:CLAS X-Ray Diffraction Facility

Thumb The D8 Advance Diffractometer has many specialized diffraction capabilities. There are two high temperature stages, the first of which can examine samples in situ using non-corrosive gas environments from vacuum to 10 atmopheres and up to 900C in temperature. The second high temperature stage can examine samples in situ under vacuum up to 1200C. Other stages include an XYZ stage and microdiffraction collimators for examining small sections of larger samples, such as petrographic thin sections. A capillary stage is available to study air-sensitive samples. Two different primary beam monochromators enable very clean data that can be used in ab initio structure determination and Rietveld structure refinement.

Cary 300 UV/VIS Spectrophotometer, Facility:Biodesign Biosurface Chemistry Facility

Thumb Varians Cary 300 has a premonochromator, spectrophotomers also extending its range past 5.0 absorbance units (Abs). IR used analyze biological or highly absorbing laboratory samples

Femtosecond Transient Spectrometer (BBPP), Facility:CLAS Ultra Fast Laser Facility

Thumb The femtosecond pump-probe spectrometer is for transient absorbance change measurements. The system contains three pump-probe optical setups, each optimized for specific type of measurements. The shared excitation source consists of a KHz regeneratively-amplified Ti:S laser, two optical parametric amplifiers (Spectra Physics). Together, the system provides excitation between 270 – 1550 nm with 150 fs pulses. The repetition rate between 1 and 1000 Hz. The two broadband pump-probe detection systems are capable of recording complete absorbance change spectra from 400 – 1000 nm. The third optical detecting system has the capability to perform single-wavelength absorbance change measurements with higher signal-to-noise ratio. All systems can measure transient absorbance changes up to 7 ns delay with a 100-fs time resolution.

Furnace Atomic Absorbance Spectrometry - Varian 400 , Facility:CLAS Goldwater Environmental Laboratory

Thumb With this instrument, user can expect detection limits lower than can be achieved by either flame AA or ICP (usually sub-ppb, but element specific) without the high cost associated with ICP-MS. In addition to making multiple sample analysis less burdensome, the attached auto sampler aids in increasing precision, adding any modifiers necessary, and may be used to generate/regenerate and check standard curves. The instrument is equipped with Zeeman background correction capabilities.

ICP Optical Emission Spectrometer - Themo iCAP6300, Facility:CLAS Goldwater Environmental Laboratory

Thumb The iCAP is capable of rapid, simultaneous measurement of up to 70 elements in aqueous and organic solutions and is equipped with an autosampler with a 240 sample capacity. The dual view design offers the flexibility of axial view for lowest detection limits and radial view for reduced interference; ideal for complex samples often encountered in environmental research. Full frame imaging produces a picture of a sample and can be a useful qualitative tool in determining sample composition. Detection limits vary by element but are typically in the low to sub-ppb (ug/L) level.

MR 400 MHz NMR (Walk-up), Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb The Varian MR400 is the dedicated walk-up instrument for routine solution state NMR. It is equipped with a 5 mm broadband observe probe and a Pro-Tune accessory for automatic probe tuning. The standard configuration is for 1H and C13, however the instrument is capable of all NMR active nuclei with Larmor frequencies from N15 to P31. This instrument can be equiped with a 10mm probe and an additional 5mm probe optimized for 1H detection.

Picosecond Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting I (TCSPC1), Facility:CLAS Ultra Fast Laser Facility

Thumb Two laser sources availabe to provide excitation wavelength from 370 - 940 nm: a femtosecond Ti:S laser (Spectra Physics) with a frequency doubler and a pulse selector to cover excitation wavelength region from 350 – 470 nm and from 700 – 940 nm. The laser can be operated at 0.4, 0.8, and 4 MHz. Additional excitation in the wavelength region from 450 – 750 nm is provided by a supercontinuum white light laser with 6-ps pulses (Fianium, SP450). The Beker-Hickl TCSPC card has a 40 ps instrument response. The detection system consists of a visible and a near IR MCP-PMT capable of recording fluorescence kinetics from 330 - 1100 nm and up to 2 us in time.

Picosecond–microsecond fluorescence Spectrometer (StrCam), Facility:CLAS Ultra Fast Laser Facility

Thumb The time-resolved fluorescence spectrometer system consists of a femtosecond Titanium:Sapphire laser system operated at both MHz and KHz repetition rates (Coherent). The MHz system is a broadband Ti:S oscillator coupled with a pulse selector and a second harmonic generator, covers a wavelength region from 700 – 1000 nm and 350 – 500 nm and a repetition rate from single shot (1 Hz) to 76 MHz. The KHz system uses the MHz oscillator as a seed laser to pump a regenerative amplifier and an OPA operated between 100 – 250 KHz. The output wavelength covers from 250 – 750 nm. The detecting system consists of a spectrograph, a streak camera with fast and a slow time sweep units. The system is designed to record fluorescence signal as a function of time and wavelength with a time resolution of 5 ps and wavelength region from 320 – 950 nm.

Shimadzu UV/Vis Spectrophotometer, Facility:Biodesign Biosurface Chemistry Facility

Thumb UV/Vis spectroscopy for determination of solutions of transition metal ions and highly conjugated organic compounds.

Spectrophotometric Analysis, Facility:Lipid Soluble Nutrients Lab

use of liquid absorbance spectrophotometry to determine total concentration of vitamin A, vitamin E, or carotenoids

Thermo Nicolet 6700 FTIR and Continuum Microscope System, Facility:Biodesign Biosurface Chemistry Facility

Thumb Used for infared sample analysis.FTIR Bench Accessories: Smart Orbit, Smart SAGA, Smart ARK, GATR, TransmissionFTIR Bench Accessory Applications:LiquidsSolidsSemi-solidsPowdersQuantitative and qualitative measurementsPolymer films, packagingFTIR Microscope Accessories: Grazing Angle, ATR-tip, %Reflectance, %TransmittanceMicroscope ATR-tip Applications• Surface analysis/depth profiling• Coatings on non-reflecting substrates• Inclusions in resins, polymers and rubber materials• Microelectronics• Forensics• Defect analysis• Residuals inside depressionsMicroscope Grazing Angle Applications:• Contaminants on reflective surfaces• Lubricants on hard disks• Coating imperfections on metallic surfaces

Time-Resolved Single Molecule Detection System (TR-SM), Facility:CLAS Ultra Fast Laser Facility

Thumb The single molecule setup uses a confocal microscope for optical characterization of solutions and surfaces down to a single molecule resolution. It consists of a microscope (Nikon) coupled to a pulsed laser. Excitation is available from 480 - 750 nm from a supercontinuum white light laser with 6-ps pulses (Fianium). The instruments can monitor a number of fluorescent properties on the surface including fluorescent lifetime via time-correlated single photon counting, anisotropy and multiple wavelengths. The fluorescence detection range is 450 - 850 nm. The spatial resolution of this system is less than 500 nm. Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy can be measured using a correlator with 25 ns time resolution.

VNMRS 400 MHz WB NMR , Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb The VNMRS 400 WB is a dedicated solid state NMR instrument. It is equipped with triple resonance MAS probes in sample sizes from 4mm to 2.5mm. As a result MAS speeds up to 35 kHz are possible.

VNMRS 500 MHz NMR, Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb The Inova 500 is a dedicated solution state NMR for small molecule structure determination and basic protein NMR studies. It is equipped with a sample changer.

VNMRS 800 24 Hours, Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb 800 MHz Ultra-Shield Varian NMR * Organic & Inorganic Molecular Structure & Dynamics * Biomolecular and Protein Structure & Dynamics * Biopolymers and Materials * 3D Micro-imaging and Molecular Diffusion

VNMRS 800 MHz NMR, Facility:CLAS Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Thumb The VNMRS 800 MHz spectrometer is capable for liquids, solids, or MRI experiments. The instrument is ideally suited for the study of complex biomolecules.

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