NMR装置

Fourier 80

Fourier 80は高性能な卓上型NMRシステムで、誰にでも使いやすいボタンを押すだけのコンパクト設計で、フルスケールNMRの分析力を提供します。課題に取り組むための障壁を取り除くことで、新たな発見を可能にします。

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Fourier 80

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冷媒不要
Fourier 80は、新たなインフラ設備を必要とせずに実験台やドラフトに設置することができ、メンテナンスが容易で維持費も最小限です。
80 MHz
Fourierは、80 MHzで最高のデータ品質と安定性を実現するように設計されており、優れた線形、分解能、感度が得られます。
GoScan
新たに開発された近代的なインターフェースで、事前設定された専用のワークフローを提供します。
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特長

特長

設置が容易:
Fourierはルーチン分析を行う実験室向けに設計された、80 MHzの卓上型の高性能核磁気共鳴(NMR)分光計です。冷媒不用の磁石設計を採用したことで、通常の実験室内でNMRが使用可能となりました。新たなインフラ設備を必要とせずドラフトの中や実験台の上に設置でき、メンテナンスも容易なため維持費が最小限に抑えられます。卓上型システムを直感的なソフトウェアと組み合わせたことで、NMRならではの信頼できる分析結果が、全ての実験室で得られるようになりました。

操作が容易:
Fourierには新たに開発された先進的なGoScan™インターフェースが搭載されており、ユーザーはガイドに従って、事前にインストールされている専用のワークフローを実行できます。NMRの経験が浅い方でも、デフォルトで準備されているGoScanのデータ取り込みオプションを選択またはカスタマイズして測定を行うことができます。一方、NMRに精通した方は、業界標準となっているBrukerのTopSpin™ソフトウェアで、より詳細な取り込みパラメーターを設定できます。

容易なだけでなく、さらに:
Fourierは80MHzで最高のデータ品質と安定性を実現するよう設計されており、80MHzでの同種核1Hまたは異種核1H/13CのFT-NMR実験において、優れた線形、分解能および感度が得られます。ユーザーはBrukerのTopSpin™ソフトウェアを使用して、1D、2D同種核/異種核(1H/13C)の実験とパルスプログラムが豊富に格納されたTopSpinライブラリーを利用できます。

利点

利点

導入および維持が容易

  • 冷媒不要の永久磁石
  • 新しいインフラ設備が不要
  • コンパクトサイズ
  • 実験台やドラフト内に設置可能
  • 最小限の所有コスト

仕様

仕様

動作周波数: 80 MHz (1H)
測定核種: 1H, 1H/13C, 1H/31P および 1H/129Xe (その他についてはお問い合わせください)
1H感度: > 160:1 1% エチルベンゼン (1H/13Cシステム、グラジエントパルスを含む)
グラジエント強度: > 0.25 T/m (25 G/cm)
自動化(オプション): PAL サンプルチェンジャー; サンプル120本 + リファレンスサンプル12本
1H分解能: < 0.4 Hz @ 50% ピーク高さ
< 16 Hz @ 0.55% ピーク高さ
ロック: 外部ロックのみ、重水素ロックなし
試料管: 標準の5mm径、7インチ長さのNMRチューブ
寸法: 〜50 cm x 70 cm x 60 cm (高さx幅x奥行)
重量: ~94 kg
設置環境温度: 18-28°C
設置環境設備: 液体窒素およびヘリウム不要
冷却水不要
消費電力の典型値 <300 W
電源:100 - 240 V、50 - 60 Hz
追加の排気設備は不要

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お客様の声

お客様の声

Constance Braouet, Master Student, Hochschule Fresenius, Idstein, Germany.

“As a student you do not often have the possibility to work on a NMR spectrometer. That’s why I felt honored to be able to work with the Fourier 80 during my Master thesis and to explore the capabilities of this new instrument. The Fourier 80 has a lot of potential in the analysis of small organic molecules (< 500 Da) and few-compound mixtures and can even be applied for quantification purposes. It is a method, which students can easily use in their laboratorial education, even if they have not heard a lot on NMR priorly. I am excited to test further features of the Fourier 80 and to see how students cope with the instrument, which they will be using for the analysis of organic synthesis products.”

Thomas Rudszuck, PhD Student in the group of Prof. Gisela Guthausen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany.

“The operation of the device is very intuitive and requires only minor manual parameter adjustments to carry out standard experiments. This results in great potential for many new applications of NMR spectroscopy. In addition, there is the possibility of teaching students the content of the lectures directly with relatively little effort using spectroscopy experiments. Especially for the lecture “NMR in Engineering”, where the focus is often on industrial applications, a robust and easy to use device is very impressive for students.”

Prof. Steven Newmaster, Purity-IQ, Guelph, Canada.

“For us, the Fourier 80 is a very powerful system, since it is designed by experts for the use by quality assurance technicians, who do not need much training for the operation. We are interested in R&D for ingredient authentication models for the use in the food, beverage and natural health products. Larger field NMR allows us to build libraries of spectra in which we can focus on specific metabolite fingerprints that could be utilized on the Fourier 80. Since this benchtop system can also be operated using the same software, TopSpin, it also allows samples, that are not well suited for low field NMR, to be run on higher field instruments to solve our questions. With this combination of NMR systems and third-party standards, such as those developed by Purity-IQ, we are on a common mission to democratizing molecular biology and bringing NMR metabolomics to society-at-large.”

Prof. Sami Jannin, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon, France.

“The Fourier 80 is a compact, easy to use FT-NMR benchtop instrument that has good sensitivity and resolution even at 80 MHz. When compared to high field NMR it also has some advantages such as resilience of the lock, shim and nutation angle with respect to sample formulation, as well as longer 13C hyperpolarization lifetimes. With very little training needed, the Fourier 80 is perfect for teaching students, performing research with hyperpolarized 13C and 1H spins, and even for routine NMR. Whenever low field NMR could be used to fulfil specific needs, I would certainly recommend the Fourier 80.”

Dr. Stuart J. Elliott, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the group of Prof. Sami Jannin, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon, France.

“Amongst others, I am responsible for teaching NMR spectroscopy to our next generation of scientists. Since the Fourier 80 can be operated with very little training and minimal preparation, it is an excellent tool for introducing NMR spectroscopy to our students. It is very advantageous to be able to start experiments quickly, in contrast to high field NMR systems, where there is sometimes a prolonged interaction with the hardware before commencing experiments. With the Fourier 80, the only contact you have with the instrumentation is the insertion of the sample. For my own research, the Bruker benchtop system has been incredibly beneficial. I can’t wait to develop new methodologies, e.g. related to singlet-NMR, and the introduction of pulsed field gradients opens doors to so many other avenues of research.”

Prof. Andre Simpson, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

“We have been waiting specifically for a Bruker benchtop system. We run the Environmental NMR Center in Canada and see low field NMR as the next critical step forward that will bring in new users and make NMR more accessible to the masses. But developing environmental applications is very challenging, and arguably even harder at low field. Therefore, we need the most state-of-the-art tools available. Furthermore, Bruker’s Fourier 80 runs Topspin and implements pulse programs in an identical manner to their high field systems. Over the last 2 decades, we have developed hundreds of custom pulse programs at high field, these can be transferred to the Fourier 80 without worrying about “if it will work” or “can your system do XYZ” as would be the case with a 3rd party system. In combination with pulsed field gradients the Fourier 80 expands the application of advanced experiments, essential for working with complex samples.”

Dr. René Jakelski, Daikin Chemical Europe GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany.

"As one of the lucky beta-testers, Daikin was able to use the Fourier 80 to determine structures and impurities, for the QA of incoming material and novel synthesized components. Due to the self-explanatory user interface and the quick sample preparation even inexperienced users could be trained quickly and reliably. Coming from high-field NMR, we used the Fourier 80 for routine measurements, without the need for additional lab-space, and could free precious measurement times."

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