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Triple Resonance Broad Band Probe (TBI)

Tunable Multinuclear Triple Resonance Probe, optimized for 1H applications.

Bruker’s TBI Probes are used for all the experiments listed for the BBI probe. However, they can also be used for triple resonance experiments. In addition to the well-known 1H, 13C and 15N experiments, these probes can be used for the study of organometallic compounds and metalloproteins using 1H, 13C and another X-Nucleus. These probes extend the application of TXI probes by allowing the selection of one decoupling nucleus from a wide tuning range.

The inner coil of the Bruker’s TBI Probe is optimized for 1H observation and decoupling a fixed nucleus, e.g. 13C. The outer coil can be tuned to one decoupling nucleus from the widest tuning range in the industry, covering 31P to 15N, depending upon configuration. You can simply switch between decoupling nuclei using an automated tuning and matching device (ATM). Appropriate amplifiers and RF sources are required to take full advantage of these probes.