DRX 500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 11.7 tesla/500MHz, narrow bore
  • Pulse field gradient probe, capable of tuning to nuclei from 15N - 19F
  • Used for routine 1H/13C characterization experiments, routine X nucleus detection, 1D selective experiments (APT, DEPT, NOESY1D) and 2D experiments.

 

Summary

This narrow bore 11.7 tesla instrument is equipped pulse-field-gradients (PFG), three channels, shaped pulse, digital filtering. Two 5 mm PFG probes, one TXI probe with 2H/1H/13C/15N channels and the other with 2H/1H/BB channels. 

The DRX-500 console was acquired in 1998 for the 1989 Oxford magnet. It was moved from BBMB to Gilman Hall in May 2014, and re-energized in November 2014. 

The instrument is located in 1708 Gilman Hall.  Enquiries should be directed to Dr. Sarah Cady or Dr. Shu Xu. Phone 515-294-5975 (Hach office/NMR lab), 515-294-4057 (Gilman NMR lab).

Rates FY'18

This instrument is intended to be used by students and other researchers. Staff will provide training and some initial methods development assistance, and will configure the instrument and assist with special projects as required.  The hourly rates are listed below.  NOTE:  There is a minimum billable increment of twelve minutes.

User Category FY '18 Hourly Instrument Charge
(First 3 Hrs/After 3 Hrs)
Staff Assistance
ISU researchers $13.50 / $5.30 $30.00
Non-ISU academic users $20.25 / $7.95 $45.00
Non-academic users $40.50 / $15.90 $90.00

 

DRX-500 Resources