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|Chris Blake||NMR Manager||room 1.144, building 138|
|(Maintenance, Training, Technical Support, Software and Network)|
|Chris.Blake at anu.edu.au|
|Peta Simmonds||Senior Technical Officer||room 1.145, building 138|
|(Technical Support, Maintenance and Training)|
|peta at rsc.anu.edu.au|
Bruker and one Varian a.k.a. Agilent NMR spectrometers that cover a range of frequencies and nuclei and a diversity of applications.
Room 2.66. Installed: 14 February 2014.
Nanobay AVIII console with SampleExpress sample changer.
The spectrometers are supported by workstations and a range of peripherals and software.
It is the policy of the Centre to encourage all users to operate the spectrometers, however new users are not permitted to operate the spectrometers until they have had a training session with an NMR Centre staff member. The Centre does provide a limited service for occasional users.
booking system. You will need to request a user ID in order to start using this system. On instruments with an automatic sample changer, you do not book time. You simply submit your sample to the queue and come back when it has been run.
Please note that on spectrometers using a booking system, if you have not arrived 10 minutes after your scheduled starting time, other users are entitled to use part or all of your booked time. Also, if you do not require some or all of your booked time, please adjust the schedule accordingly so that other people can use the spectrometer.
Any user requiring training, specialised equipment or sophisticated experiments should discuss their needs with UNMRC staff before booking time.
SAMPLES AND SAMPLE PREPARATION
All regular users are required to prepare their own samples.
All samples must be clearly labelled with
the name of the user, the material, hazards (if any) and the
solvent. Samples should be collected as
soon as possible after the experiment is completed.