Cryogen-free benchtop NMR spectroscopy system
Pulsar from Oxford Instruments
Pulsar is an affordable, benchtop, cryogen-free NMR spectroscopy system that offers convenience without the special requirements associated with superconducting magnet instruments.
With a small footprint, Pulsar is suited to virtually any laboratory from side-by-side with a reaction vessel in the applied research environment, to near-line in an industrial production area.
Low setup and running costs - Pulsar is a low cost alternative to High Field NMR systems, at a significantly lower purchase price and without the requirement for expensive liquid helium re-fills. All that is required is a standard mains electrical supply.
Superior performance - Pulsar incorporates a 1.4T (60 MHz; 1H & 19F) rare-earth permanent magnet with superior homogeneity, providing outstanding spectral resolution. High quality routine spectra can be generated in seconds.
Innovative, intuitive, intelligent software - Pulsar features an uncomplicated operator interface, allowing the user to quickly and easily establish routine experiments. Instrument control comes from a seamless workflow package, SpinFlow, while the processing and manipulation of data is achieved using the industry-leading Mnova NMR software from Mestrelab.
Analysis of unsaturated fat in seed oils
Using benchtop NMR for food authenticity screening
Using Benchtop NMR to detect edible oil adulteration
Using benchtop NMR for meat speciation
Application of NMR for the characterisation of small molecules
Polyoxyethylene (POE) content of poloxamers
Homonuclear 2D COSY experiments
- 01 Small molecules
- 02 NMR spectroscopy applied to the analysis of unsaturated fat content in seed oil fat content
- 03 Determination of the polyoxyethylene (POE) percentage in poloxamers
- 04 Application of a high perfromance benchtop NMR spectrometer for 19 F NMR spectroscopy
- 05 Fatty acid composition of triglycerides
- 06 Speciation of meat
- 07 Homonuclear 2D NMR at 60 MHz
- 08 Spin locking: total correlation spectroscopy (TOCSY)
- 10 NMR Pulsar 13C