Join us at the Alpine conference in Chamonix, France and discuss with an international line-up of speakers the recent developments and applications in the field of magnetic resonance in solids. The conference focuses on novel concepts, methods and instrumentation, as well as applications in fields including physics, chemistry, biology and materials science.
Be sure to stop by our booth to speak with experts on our technology introduction of a novel 160 kHz Ultra-fast Magic Angle Spinning (MAS) NMR probe for advancements in solid-state membrane protein, prion, and aggregates research. This new probe, which mechanically spins 160,000 times per second, provides a further significant resolution increase and can record solids HCN NMR spectra in just tens of minutes. The significantly increased new capabilities of this 160 kHz 0.4mm MAS probe at high NMR fields may enable novel insights and discoveries in neurodegenerative diseases, like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, and in other cell and disease biology fields.
Also, learn about our two new 800 MHz CPMAS CryoProbes, including a BioSolids HCN 3.2 mm version with larger rotors, providing an 8-10 times signal-to-noise increase over conventional 3.2 mm MAS probes. A broadband 3.2 mm HX MAS Cryoprobe for materials science and quadrupolar nuclei enables the field of NMR 17O glycoanalysis and advances catalyst research. With sensitivity increases up to 10x, these new 800 MHz MAS Cryoprobes dramatically enhance biological, disease, and materials research.