Center for Marine Science

CMS :: Core Facilities :: Spectroscopy

The Spectroscopy Core Facility is equipped with both nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy (LCMS) capabilities.

NMR
The Bruker Avance 500MHz NMR equipped with several probes including a 5mm Z gradient BBO probe (mainly for 13C spectra), and 5mm, 1.7mm, and 1mm Z-gradient TXI probes (for 1H and 13C spectra). This instrument can generate 1D as well as other multidimensional spectra such as COSY, TOCSY, HSQC, HMBC, and HSQC-TOCSY.

LCMS 

  • 2 single-quadrapole Waters Micromass ZQ spectrometers both equipped with ESI (electrospray inonization) probes.
  • 1 triple-quadrupole TOF (Time-of Flight) instrument for HRMS (High Resolution Mass Spectra) experiments.
  • 1 triple-quadrupole Ion Trap instrument (for MSn experiments

Located on the second floor of CMS, the NMR laboratory is in room 2311.

To run samples and for training please contact Andrea Bourdelais at 910-962-2365 or bourdelaisa@uncw.edu