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Bruker introduces probe technology for full automation in high-resolution MAS NMR

July 12, 2018
Source: ASM International

Bruker, Billerica, Mass., introduces the iProbe HRMAS, which provides full automation of high-resolution magic angle spinning (HRMAS) nuclear magnetic resonance. Built on the recently introduced iProbe platform, the new HRMAS technology offers, for the first time, automated tuning and matching for all RF-channels, together with accurate automated adjustment of the magic angle position.  Automatic sample exchange typically provides higher reproducibility and productivity.

Similar to liquid NMR, the new iProbe HRMAS provides automatic sample insertion and ejection from the top of the magnet. Automated tuning and matching is performed with 2nd generation ATMA using Cartesian coordinate-based algorithms.

In combination with Bruker's sample changer line SamplePro, and routine IconNMR acquisition software and TopSolids analysis software, HRMAS NMR spectroscopy is suitable for applied markets, such as metabolic profiling of human tissues, as well as novice HRMAS users in research. The iProbe HRMAS is available for 400, 500 and 600 MHz standard bore magnets.

www.bruker.com 

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