Magnetic Resonance

Please use the CIF iLab Portal to request training and schedule time on instruments.

CIF Magnetic Resonance Instrumentation includes a variety of NMRs from 300 to 600 MHz equipped with pulsed field gradients, VT, and a variety of probes for doing nearly any high resolution NMR method and micro-imaging (at 500 and 600 MHz). The laboratory is also equipped with an EPR/ESR spectrometer.

NOTE: There is a minimum charge per project. Collaborative efforts are encouraged.

Contact the Magnetic Resonance team for more information.

The rates are for CSU Affiliates and are subject to revision.

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Equipped with Automated Tuning and a 7600 Sample Changer.

$12/hr

$1/sample

Equipped with BBFO SMART ProbeTM and SampleCaseTM.

This instrument is located in CRB-109.

$12/hr

$1/sample

Equipped with a ProdigyTM BBFO Probe and SampleCaseTM.

$12/hr

$1/sample

Equipped with BBFO smart probe, sample case, and extended range VT. This instrument is located in CRB-109.

$12/hr

$1/sample

With three channels, 3-axis gradients and many other accessories including HCN, broadband probes and a NANO (hrmas) probe.

$16/hr

$8/sample

$192/day

With four channels, 2H decoupling, 3-axis gradients and many other accessories including HCN and a flow-probe.

$16/hr

$8/sample

$192/day

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)

With various cavities for spin counting and very high temperature studies.

Click here for a current SOP.

$15/hr

  • $15 minimum charge per use
  • $75 minimum charge per billing cycle
NMR-400MR

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

EPR

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)

Dr. Chris Rithner

Dr. Chris Rithner
Director/Senior Research Scientist
Lab Manager, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
CIF, Chemistry, C1E
(970) 491-6475
Chris.Rithner@colostate.edu

Dr. Brian Newell

Dr. Brian Newell
Research Scientist II
Lab Manager, Materials Analysis
CIF, Chemistry, C1D
(970) 491-6209
Brian.Newell@colostate.edu

Please contact Dr. Chris Rithner about Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analysis or Dr. Brian Newell about Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Analysis.

CSU NMR/EPR Operation Guides and Safety