Agilent Technologies ultra-high-field nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers

Thursday, 30 June, 2011 | Supplied by: Agilent Technologies Australia Pty Ltd


Agilent Technologies is developing a series of ultra-high-field nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometers at 850 MHz and 1 GHz.

The gigahertz project will leverage the company’s full capabilities in magnet and probe design, electronic measurement and systems integration to deliver world-class performance for researchers working to understand the structure and dynamics of macromolecules.

As part of its strategy to expand NMR applications, the company has also entered into a co-marketing agreement with Bridge12 Technologies. Bridge12 is a provider of terahertz technology, a critical component for the emerging application, dynamic nuclear polarisation. DNP can improve measurement sensitivity for solid-state samples. The co-marketing agreement enables the commercialisation of DNP NMR systems, including Bridge12’s terahertz gyrotron and transmission line system.

Bridge12 Technologies’ gyrotrons for DNP-NMR systems are turnkey, low maintenance and designed specifically for the requirements of the NMR community.

Online: www.agilent.com
Phone: 03 9566 1117
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