Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Laboratory is responsible for maintaining the high field NMR spectrometers, training users, providing spectra on a service basis, and assisting users with design, execution, and interpretation of NMR experiments. Our capabilities extend from small molecules to isotopically enriched proteins, semisolids, and flow samples.

  • Assist users with design, execution, and interpretation of NMR experiments extending from small molecules to isotopically enriched proteins, semisolids, and flow samples
  • Provides spectra on a service basis
Justin Douglas, Ph.D
Malott Hall, room 3003
785-864-4187
justindouglas@ku.edu

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