Magnetic Resonance

NMR Instruments

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) is an analytical technique that allows for non-invasive and non-destructive plus quantitative analytical investigations into molecular structure, dynamic processes and chemical reactions. Bruker is the industry leader in the manufacturing of unique high-performance magnetic resonance instruments.
Fourier 80

Fourier 80

Building on decades of experience creating top-quality NMR instruments, Bruker has reimagined high-performance NMR spectroscopy in a compact, cost-efficient form
Avance Neo 400

Ascend NMR Magnets

Our Ascend line of magnets combines several of Bruker’s proprietary, innovative magnet technologies for best performance and cost efficiency.
Avance Neo Console


The AVANCE NEO consoles for NMR feature even faster control, improved dynamic range and greater flexibility and scalability than ever before.


The AvanceCore solution offers premium high-resolution NMR at a more affordable price, making NMR more accessible than ever before.
Ascend GHz Class

GHz Class Spectrometers

Actively refrigerated, actively shielded ultra-high field NMR magnets


Sensitivity boost for solid-state NMR. As the market leader, Bruker introduces the world’s first commercially available solid-state dynamic nuclear polarization-enhanced NMR system (DNP-NMR).


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.


CryoProbe™ Bruker offers a whole world of applications with significantly increased sensitivity for all sizes of probes

NMR Automation

The Automated NMR Laboratory
Ascend 600

MR Microscopy & MR Diffusion

Magnetic resonance imaging at the forefront of technology delivering stunning resolution.

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NMR provides detailed information about molecular structure, dynamic processes and allows the direct observation of chemical reactions. It is also a primary quantitative method allowing the determination of concentration of molecules even in complex mixtures.  In addition to the well-known observation of hydrogen, carbon, fluorine and phosphorous it can be used on a large number of other elements.

NMR is an indispensable tool in chemistry. From structure elucidation and verification to monitoring of reactions, organic chemistry cannot be imagined without this powerful analytical method. In other areas of chemistry NMR provides rare insight into such aspects as structure of catalysts, the state and reactions of electrolytes in batteries.

Proteins are key to myriad structural and dynamic functions of the body, including the movement of muscle and the specificity of enzymes and receptors. A significant proportion of biological research using NMR is thus focused on the structure of, and interaction between proteins. This is complemented with metabolomic studies to determine the relative quantities of endogenous metabolites. Together, they have facilitated elucidation of numerous biological processes and their responses to external stimuli at a molecular level.

Bruker has a comprehensive selection of NMR solutions that can easily be used in conjunction with other analytical techniques, such as mass spectroscopy and x-ray crystallography. The AVANCE NEO range provides cutting-edge NMR performance with faster control, improved dynamic range and greater flexibility and scalability. The AVANCE NEO NanoBay provides all this in a compact footprint bringing state-of-the-art technology to the routine laboratory. The new Fourier 80 benchtop brings FT-NMR capabilities to any chemistry lab.