Facilities
Bryce Group



Our research in solid-state NMR and quantum chemical modelling of NMR parameters requires access to state-of-the-art solid-state NMR spectrometers, high-performance computing facilities, and wet lab space.  Detailed below are some of the facilities available to us.


[ 900 MHz ]  --  [ 500 MHz ]  --  [ 400 MHz ]  --  [ 200 MHz ]

[ computing facilities ]   --  [ lab space ]





National Ultrahigh-Field NMR Facility for Solids 900 MHz spectrometer
Further information on this facility is available at www.nmr900.ca

       900



500 MHz wide-bore Bruker Avance NMR spectrometer
This departmental instrument has solids, liquids, and microimaging capabilities.
We are equipped with a variety of solids probes (2.5mm, 4mm, 7mm MAS and 5/10mm solenoid).

        500



400 MHz wide-bore Bruker Avance III NMR spectrometer
This instrumemnt is dedicated to solids and is equipped with numerous probes including magic-angle spinning probes, a single crystal probe, and the DOR probe described below.

   Avance III

Double-rotation (DOR) NMR probe for high-resolution solid-state NMR of quadrupolar nuclei.

DOR



200 MHz wide-bore Bruker Avance III spectrometer
This instrument is dedicated to solids and is very useful for studying nuclei such as C-13, Si-29, P-31. 
There is also a 7 mm MAS probe designed specially for air-sensitive samples sealed in glass tubes.

        200 





Computing Facilities
In addition to a Windows or Linux-based PC for each student, we have one small 8-core cluster for quantum chemical calculations, and a second highspeed Sun Fire X4600 56-core cluster (NSERC RTI) was installed in July 2007. 
We are very grateful to Prof. Tom Woo and his group for their assistance with the setup and maintenance of these clusters.
Typical quantum chemical software to which we have access: Gaussian03, ADF, Dalton, CASTEP, abinit.
We are also users of the High-Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (HPCVL).  Click here for further details.

computers computers



Wet lab space
We are equipped for the synthesis and manipulation of organic and inorganic compounds, including those that are air- and moisture-sensitive.
Equipment includes a glovebox, vacuum line, high-temperature furnace, rotovaps, ball mill, sonicator, balances, etc.

lab       lab     

 
glovebox       lab



Student office space

lab     office     office




Last updated May 23, 2017   DLB