Welcome to the NMR & EPR Facility serving the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at The Ohio State University. Please browse this website to discover the instrumentation and capabilities available to researchers.
The NMR Facility is located in the basement of the CBEC Building (092) and Evans Laboratory (EL 0083 & EL 0086). Current instrumentation includes six solution-state spectrometers and one solid-state spectrometer. Each instrument is configured with unique capabilities and optimized for a large variety of experiments to meet the needs of interested research groups, undergraduate students, and industrial clients.
- AVIII 600 MHz – CBEC 092
- AVIII 400 MHz – CBEC 092
- Avance Neo 400 MHz – CBEC 092
- DPX 400 MHz – Evans 0083
- DPX 250 MHz – Evans 0086
- Fourier 80MHz Benchtop – CBEC 092
The EPR Facility is located in the basement of the CBEC Building (079) and includes an EMX-Plus EPR spectrometer and a benchtop ESR5000 EPR spectrometer [coming 2021]. These instruments are both continuous-wave (CW), X-band EPR spectrometers and are available in both room temperature and cryogenic temperature operating modes.
Higher field instruments (600 MHz to 850 MHz) optimized for bioNMR applications are part of the Campus Chemical Instrument Center (CCIC) and the upcoming National Gateway Ultrahigh Field NMR Center, managed and operated by the Office of Research.
CBC NMR & EPR Laboratory
The Ohio State University
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
092 CBEC Building151 W. Woodruff AvenueColumbus, OH 43210