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Our instrumentation includes:

900 MHz NMR spectrometer for both solid and solution-state

Solution-state NMR spectrometers:
800 MHz standard bore
750 MHz standard bore
600 MHz standard bore

Solid-state NMR spectrometers:
800 MHz wide bore
750 MHz medium bore
500 MHz wide bore
400 MHz wide bore
360 MHz wide bore

DNP spectrometers:
460 GHz (electron), 700 MHz (1H) NMR
250 GHz (electron), 380 MHz (1H) NMR
140 GHz (electron), 211 MHz (1H) NMR

Pulsed EPR spectrometers:
140 GHz (electron)
9 GHz (electron)


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MIT/Harvard Center for Magnetic Resonance (CMR)


Our focus combines expertise and instrumentation in solution-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), solid-state NMR, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR), Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP), microwave technology, magnet design, probe and console design, synthesis of polarizing agents for DNP, and the development of biochemical labeling strategies. In essence our combined core and collaborative research effort covers essentially all aspects of magnetic resonance that are important for structural biology and many areas of magnetic resonance imaging.



Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory
NW14, 150 Albany Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
Phone: (617) 253-5478
Email: jhaggert@mit.edu