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Now Available: Adjustable Temperature for the Fourier 80
Easy to Install: The Fourier, an 80 MHz high-performance nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) benchtop spectrometer designed for the routine laboratory. With a cryogen-free magnet design, the Fourier makes NMR accessible in the lab where users and operators work. It can be installed in the fume hood or on the bench without the need for new infrastructure, providing easy maintenance and minimal cost of ownership. The performance of the benchtop, combined with the intuitive software, means any lab can now incorporate the definitive analytical answers only NMR can provide.
Easy to Use: The Fourier features GoScan™, a newly developed modern interface which guides users through pre-defined, dedicated workflows. Novice NMR users can use pre-defined data acquisition choices in the GoScan software, or customize them, while experienced users can use Bruker's industry standard TopSpin™ software for more detailed acquisition parameters.
Easy to do More: The different features of the Fourier 80 were designed to offer a compact and advanced analytical system that requires no special infrastructure, lengthy installation, or complex training, bringing NMR technology to the wider laboratory market. Pulsed field gradients, an automatic sample changer, and adjustable temperature all provide higher sample throughput, optimized synthesis, and process control. The Fourier RxnLab now allows researchers the ability to bring NMR directly to the reactor for real-time chemical analysis while the GxP Readiness Kit enables NMR functionality in both development and manufacturing labs to be scaled seamlessly from benchtop to enterprise operations.
Easy to own and maintain
|Operating Frequency:||80 MHz (1H)|
|Nuclei:||1H-only, 1H/13C, 1H/31P or 1H/129Xe (contact us for more)|
|1H Sensitivity:||Measured on 1% Ethyl Benzene:
1H-only systems: ≥ 240:1 or ≥ 220:1 when pulsed field gradient incl.
1H/X systems: ≥ 160:1 (incl. pulsed field gradient)
|Gradient strength:||≥ 0.25 T/m (25 G/cm)|
|Adjustable temperature:||25°C - 60°C*|
|Automation:||PAL RSI sample changer; up to 120 samples + 12 reference samples|
|1H Resolution: (@ 50/0.55/ 0.11% signal height)
||Standard: ≤ 0.4/ 15/ 30 Hz < 16 Hz @ 0.55% peak height
HD option: ≤ 0.3/ 10/ 15 Hz
|Digital Lock:||External, no deuterated solvents needed|
|Sample Tubes:||standard 5mm diameter, 7’’-long NMR tubes: compatible with Young tubes|
|Dimensions:||~50 cm x 70 cm x 60 cm (Height x Width x Depth)|
|Lab Temperature:||18-28°C; Measurements at sample temperature > 40°C: 18-25°C|
|Lab Infrastructure needed:||no liquid nitrogen or helium required
no water cooling required
power consumption typically <300 W
power: 100 – 240 V, 50 – 60 Hz
no additional venting required
AT needs compressed air or nitrogen at 5 bar max.
|*Incoming supply gas temperature must be min.5°C lower than the target temperature|
Constance Braouet, Master Student, Hochschule Fresenius, Idstein, Germany.
Thomas Rudszuck, PhD Student in the group of Prof. Gisela Guthausen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany.
Prof. Sami Jannin, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon, France.
Dr. Stuart J. Elliott, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the group of Prof. Sami Jannin, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon, France.
Prof. Andre Simpson, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Dr. René Jakelski, Daikin Chemical Europe GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany.