Solid-State NMR

NMR studies of solid or semi-solid materials require different technologies and instrumentation than conventional liquids NMR. Solid-state NMR has experienced dramatic advances in recent years and will benefit advanced materials research in the areas of nanoparticles, catalysis, inorganic and organometallic chemistry, and biochemical systems.

We were successful with a UW2020 proposal in 2017, which enabled adding solid-state NMR capability to one of our 500 MHz NMR spectrometers (Persephone) in 2018. See our Solid-State NMR website for more details.