TIME REQUEST FORM

1. Name of operators (please list all those who will be visiting CMR) [required]

Name of primary operator:
Additional Operators:

2. Which spectrometer are you requesting time for? - please check appropriate box [required]

600MzE CMR600E

600Mz DRX 600

750MHzG CMR750G

3. Time requested [required]

Number of days requested:
Dates requested:

4. Other comments (dates not available, etc.)

5. Sample description [required]

Sample identity
Solvent
Concentration
Temperature
Special handling/storage required

6. Experiment description [required]

A. Provide a complete description of your experiments. Please include a brief justification for the use of this facility, as well as the field strength and the time requested.
 
B. Indicate the pulse program(s) you plan to use from the list of available pulse programs at the CMR (RNMR pulse sequences, Bruker pulse sequences). If the pulse program is not on the list, please fill out section C.
 
C. If you are not using one of the pulse programs available at CMR, please give a detailed description of your NMR experiments, including literature references (if previously published), pulse scheme (if unpublished or modified experiment), solvent suppression scheme, use of pulsed field gradients, deuterium decoupling, etc. You must either write the pulse program yourself or make prior arrangements with CMR staff (see section 8).

7. Do you request training by CMR staff? (select appropriate button) [required]

yes
no

8. What assistance is requested from CMR staff? [required]

none
Or assistance with (select all that apply)
Sample set-up
Acquisition
Processing
Data Handling
Other
(Assistance is provided during normal business hours. Please see "Using the CMR Facility" for more information on assistance, service, training, etc.)

9. Is this a collaboration with CMR staff? [required]

yes
no

If yes, with whom at CMR have you made collaborative arrangements?

10. Industrial users [required]
Is this a proprietary project (user fees are charged for proprietary projects)?
yes
no
Email address [required]:
   

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Cambridge, MA 02139
Phone: (617) 253-5478
Email: jhaggert@mit.edu