NMR Instruments

Probes

Bruker can deliver top-performance probes for almost any application from routine 1H NMR measurements on small molecules to advanced research applications, including inverse experiments.
Flow Probe

Flow NMR Probe

Large variety of high-resolution flow NMR probes - LC probes for chromatography and FI probes optimized for high sample throughput.
HR-Mas

HR Mas

Iprobe HR-MAS Probes and Accessories, Biological Tissue Analysis
Iprobe

iProbes

The Next Generation of NMR Probes - The successful iProbe series has set the standard for routine chemistry NMR applications. The series is now extended with two new probes.
RT

Room Temperature Probes

Probes are the interface between a sample and the spectrometer. Their high performance and flexibility is an essential element in the overall quality of the NMR spectrometer.
Solid State Probes

Solids Probes

Solids probes are ideal for a wide range of inorganic and biological samples, covering experiments like CP, double CP, MQMAS, REDOR, proton heteronuclear decoupling and combinations.
BBI -  Inverse Probes

BBI - Inverse Probes

Double Resonance Broadband Probe (BBI) - An extensively used inverse tunable multinuclear probe, optimized for 1H applications.
BBO

BBFO and BBO - Observe Probes

Double Resonance Broad Band Probes - An extensively used observe tunable multinuclear probe, optimized for X-nuclei detection.
QXI Probe

QXI Probes

Quadruple Resonance Probe (QXI) - An extensively used observe tunable multinuclear probe, optimized for X-nuclei detection.
txi

TXI Probes

Triple Resonance Probe for NMR structure determination of macromolecules
TBO Probe

TBO Probes

Triple Resonance Broad Band Probe (TBO)
TBI Probe

TBI Probes

Triple Resonance Broad Band Probe (TBI) - Tunable Multinuclear Triple Resonance Probe, optimized for 1H applications.
Iprobe

iProbe SmartProbe

The successful iProbe series has set the standard for routine chemistry NMR applications. The series is now extended with two new probes.
MicroProbe

MicroProbe

The NMR-specific properties of the objects are visualized as multidimensional images. Translational motion can be observed and spectroscopic information can be spatially resolved.

The probe is a fundamental part of an NMR spectrometer, providing the interface between a sample and the instrument itself. It is the probe that excites the nuclear spins and detects the NMR signal. It usually comprises two radiofrequency coils to enable it to respond to multiple frequencies, and to allow the excitation of multiple nuclei. Modern NMR probes also include an actively-shielded pulsed field gradient (PFG) coil to facilitate the application of field-gradient pulses.

The sample is positioned within the probe, which is placed in the centre of the magnetic field. Probes can accommodate a range of sizes of NMR tubes for the analyses of liquid samples.

Probes for solid-state NMR include the hardware necessary to spin the sample very fast, at a precise angle relative to the magnetic field. The probe may also include the means to control the temperature of a sample.

Bruker can deliver top-performance probes for almost any application from routine 1H NMR measurements on small molecules to advanced research applications, including inverse experiments. The SmartProbe™ facilitates superior single or multiple solvent suppression using pre-saturation or pulsed field gradients as required for samples from reaction control, biological samples and body fluids.