Overview

Whether in the classroom, research laboratory or production line, Spinsolve 60 combines unmatched affordability with exceptional performance to save you time, space and money.

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Features of Spinsolve 60 MHz

  • 1H frequency: 60 MHz
  • 1H and 19F on all systems + X nucleus for dual channel systems
  • Resolution:
    • Classic: <0.5 Hz (50%) / <20 Hz (0.55%)
    • Ultra:   <0.2 Hz (50 %) / <7 Hz (0.55%) / <14 Hz (0.11%)
  • Exceptional Sensitivity: 180:1 (Single channel) / 120:1 (Double channel) for 1% Ethyl Benzene
  • Available with PFG gradients
  • No cryogens
  • Unparalleled stability
  • No need for deuterated solvents
  • Suitable for on-line reaction monitoring
  • Easy to operate
  • Compatible with automatic sample changer

Spinsolve 60 MHz Spectra examples

Online NMR

The high sensitivity and resolution combined with low weight, stability and robustness makes the Spinsolve 60 the ideal instrument for flexible online NMR-applications.

It can be installed directly in the fume hood of a chemistry lab to monitor the progress of chemical reactions on-line. Reactants can be pumped in continuous mode from the reactor to the magnet and back using just standard PTFE tubing or using PTFE tubing plus a glass flow cell.

Specifications

  • Frequency: 60 MHz
  • Nuclei: All models measure 1H and 19F and have the option to include a third nucleus like 7Li, 11B, 13C, 15N, 23Na, 29Si, 31P (ask for others)
  • Resolution Classic:  50% < 0.5 Hz, 0.55% < 20 Hz
  • Resolution ULTRA: 50% < 0.2 Hz, 0.55% < 6 Hz, 0.11% < 12Hz
  • Spinning: Not required. Compressed air: Not required
  • Sensitivity (*):  > 180:1 for 1H/19F,  and > 120:1 for multinuclear option
  • Sample: Standard 5 mm OD NMR sample tubes, minimum length 7″
  • Lock: Fast automatic lock
  • Deuterium solvent not required
  • Stray Field: 2G line completely inside spectrometer
  • Weight: 60 kg
  • Dimensions: 58 x 43 x 40 cm (23” x 17” x 16”)
  • Operating Temperature Range: 18° C to 28° C (65° F to 82° F)
  • Voltage Requirement: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

(*) Sensitivity measured in a single scan on a 1% ethylbenzene sample dissolved in deuterated chloroform. The signal used for the calculation is the one of the methylene group and the noise is calculated for a signal free region between the aromatic and the methylene signals.

Applications

  • Research Laboratories
  • Industrial QA/QC Laboratories
  • Undergraduate Education