Solid-state NMR spectroscopy is a technique to characterize solid materials - e. g. catalysts, polymers, pharmaceutical formulations, or proteins - using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Crystalline phases, amorphous phases and mixtures can be studied alike.
Bruker’s solid-state NMR portfolio comprises high performance probes for Cross-Polarization Magic Angle Spinning (CPMAS) NMR, analytical solutions which are geared towards sensitivity enhancements such as Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) and MAS CryoProbes, or High-Resolution (HR) MAS probes which are used for the analysis of semi-solids such as gels. In addition, Bruker offers a wide variety of specialty probes, e.g. for solid-state NMR experiments at extreme temperatures or probes which are intended for battery research. Bruker’s extensive probe portfolio is complemented by high-quality consumables and advanced automation solutions.
Please contact us to discuss your particular application. We would be delighted to support you in the selection of the most suitable instrumentation and the most suitable NMR experiments.
Bruker LabScape Consumables - Solid State NMR
Bruker LabScape® offers a wide range of certified consumables for various applications in solid state NMR.