Very Fast MAS probes

Capable of rotating at up to 111 kHz

The recent introduction of very fast spinning MAS systems has led to a multitude of new and fascinating experiments in solid state NMR, opening up a new world of spin manipulation. For the first time, typical rotation periods are actually shorter than cycle times in the NMR experiment.

Bruker’s very fast spinning MAS systems have opened up new worlds of spin manipulation enabling new and fascinating experiments in solid state NMR. This commitment began with the achievement of 35 kHz in the mid-nineties, and has led up to the latest introduction of the 0.7 mm MAS system which is capable of spinning at 111 kHz.