At PhoenixNMR, we test designs thoroughly so you can focus on your science, not on your equipment.
In the first testing video, a rotor is tested to destruction. Don’t try this at home – these are trained professionals!
In the second testing video, a PMAS controller is put through its paces with a Bruker 3.2 mm probe. Notice the smooth transitions from one speed to the next and the awesome spinning stability at each speed – complete control!
We love that our customers love our products! Thanks to David Halat and Chad Rienstra (NMRFAM, @NMRFAM) for their thoughtful appreciation of the careful, scientific design approach that goes into all our products at PhoenixNMR. Your science is in our hearts, and we are happy to see you back in the lab.
Below: aliphatic region of the 2D CC spectrum of 15N, 13C labeled alpha-synuclein protein monomer seeded from a brain tissue sample (250 ms CORD mixing), acquired at 900 MHz 1H field at the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison (NMRFAM, @NMRFAM) , utilizing a PhoenixNMR HFXY probe fitted with a 1.6mm module and PhoenixNMR speed controller (PMAS).
The PhoenixNMR HFXY probe was operated in double resonance mode at MASS = 20 kHz; mixing time = 250 ms; total time to acquire spectrum = 20 hrs using 4 blocks of 1024 rows each; 8 acquisitions per row; pulse delay = 1.5 s; CORDxy4 recoupling plus SPINAL decoupling.
Data courtesy Prof. Chad M. Rienstra, Dr. Marco Tonelli and Dr. Dwaipayan Mukhopadhyay. Data were acquired at the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison ( NMRFAM, @NMRFAM). This 900 MHz SSNMR instrument and probe are available for use at NMRFAM by any scientist worldwide.
Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) signal-enhancement capability is now available in combination with innovative Phoenix Solid-State NMR (SSNMR) probe technology to expand the scope and sensitivity of biomolecular and materials SSNMR research at 400-600 MHz. The new Phoenix MAS-DNP probe system utilizes the same robust, professional design strategy that scientists have come to expect in all Phoenix SSNMR probes and accessories.
Overview of the Phoenix DNP Innovation
Add a new Phoenix DNP probe to expand capability on an existing DNP SSNMR instrument; or
Add a Turn-key DNP System, including gyrotron, to an existing 9.4 – 14.1 T, Wide-Bore SSNMR instrument, pairing the robust Phoenix NMR probe technology with Bridge12 Technologies components to complete the DNP package;
Combine DNP with HFXY and HFX probe configurations;