Phosphorus Benchtop NMR Spectrometer
Phosphorus is commonly found in many organic compounds, for example in biological membranes or DNA. The 31P nucleus has a 100% natural isotopic abundance and a large chemical shift range, making it one of the most commonly used nuclei in biological NMR. For the first time users can have the power of proton-phosphorus NMR in a benchtop instrument that can be safely used in the laboratory.
It has been designed to meet the needs of several groups of users: pharmaceutical and medicinal chemists, synthetic chemists monitoring reactions, industrial chemists measuring purity, academics focused on organic chemistry education and researchers or post graduate students doing small molecule structure elucidation.