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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) encompasses several powerful structural and analytical methodologies which are capable of providing atomic level information about molecules.

For example, it can determine the numbers of particular atoms within a molecule, their chemical environments and how they are interconnected and spatially arranged based on their magnetic properties.

The nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging facility enables structural and dynamic studies on substances ranging from small molecule pharmaceuticals and polymers to complex biomolecules, solids and colloids. The facility provides unique opportunities to study molecules, their assemblies, colloids, soft solids and functional materials over different length and time scales as well as physical states.

The facility includes a range of state-of-the-art NMR spectrometers capable of elucidating a variety of compounds and materials in solution, gels, colloidal systems and in the solid state. The facility focuses on providing research expertise for problems where application of advanced NMR methods is essential. Depending on the type of application of NMR required we will offer expert support in assessing the research problem, access to equipment, data collection and advanced analysis of results.