NMR data in the spectrometers can be accessed directly from the lab's workstations for off-line processing an plotting. User's data can also be downloaded via sftp but only from within the Chemistry Department and a few selected University locations.
Five Hewlett-Packard Z420 computers, 3.6 GHz with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and VNMRJ 3.2. A licensed copy of MestReNova is available in one of the workstations.
SQUID MPMS magnetometer
The SQUID (Superconducting QUantum Interference Device) is located in Chemistry Room 3411c. This system is known as a MPMS (Magnetic Property Measurement System), with a SQUID detector. Manufactured by Quantum Design www.qdusa.com
The DC magnetic field can be run from: -55,000 to 55,000 Gauss (-5.5 to 5.5 Tesla).
The sample temperature can be run from: 1.7 to 400 Kelvin (°K) (-271.6 to 126.7 °C).
For questions contact Chris Kojiro.
Squid operating instructions [Adobe Acrobat Reader "pdf" file]
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