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NMR Benchtop Spectrometer

NMR Benchtop Spectrometer

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Buck Scientific is now offering an Academic Benchtop NMR Spectrometer for under $50K. The NMReadyTM is the quick easy to use Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer.

About the size of a shoe box, and simple to use, it is taking what is possible in the classroom to the next level.

Click here to learn how to easily incorporate the NMReadyTM into teaching laboratories

At 60Mhz the NMReadyTM is a powerful spectrometer which can produce fast accurate results for a wide variety of applications in many different industries including:

  • Petroleum - Benzene and oxygenate quantification
  • Petrochemical - Polymer QA/QC
  • Alternative Energy - Biodiesel characterization
  • Agriculture and food science - adulteration of olive oil, fat & moisture content
  • Pharmaceutical - quantification of composite antibiotics, reaction monitoring
  • Environmental - Remediation & BTEX analysis


Application Notes:

  1. Unknown Identification by 1H NMR Spectroscopy
  2. Synthesis of Aspirin
  3. Determination of Acid Dissociation Constants via NMR Spectroscopy
  4. Preparation of Biodiesel


    Watch the Demo Video

    Testimonials from students and staff at Boston College regarding NMReady, compact, bench-top 60 MHz NMR spectrometer


    Frequency: 60 MHz

    Magnet: Permanent, cryogen free

    Stray Field: Contained within the enclosure

    Nuclei: 1H, 19F, 1H/19F switchable

    Lock: 2H

    Sample: Standard 5mm NMR tubes

    Sensitivity: 20:1 1% ethylbenzene, single scan

    Resolution: 50%: <2 Hz, 1% <20 Hz

    Power: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz

    Weight: 53lbs

    Dimensions: 9.5x11x17”

    User Interface: Built-in touchscreen

    Installation Recommendations & Guidelines

    Operating Temperature: 18-26˚C

    Temperature Fluctuations: +/- 1.5˚C per hour

    Location: Avoid vibrations & moving motors

    Additional Processing: Mestrelab Research MNova

    Power: Dedicated outlet


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