Solid-state NMR can provide very accurate information about the structure and the dynamics of molecules and ions in solid materials. This is often crucial for the understanding and the development of new materials. Solid-state NMR is a sensitive technique to short-range order that surpasses traditional techniques of materials characterization as X-ray diffraction or electron microscopy in the study of amorphous materials and complements these techniques in the study of crystalline materials. Furthermore, solid state NMR can provide dynamic information with atomic specificity in highly disordered and even fully amorphous materials. The technologies of the solid-state NMR platform at the CIC are specially designed for the characterization of organic, inorganic and paramagnetic materials including variable temperature studies (-120 C degrees to +400 C degrees).
Low field magnet combined with an ultrafast MAS pobre optimized for the analisis and characterization of paramagnetic solid materials, used for example as cathode in electrochemical devices.
High resolution 300 MHz BBFO spectrometer equipped with a sample changer for automatized measurements of organic compounds and polymers.
Avance III 500 MHz was installed at CIC in April 2012. It is a wide bore magnet especially suited for non magnetic materials where high resolution is desired. This magnet is equiped with a 1.3mm probe, a triple channel 2.5 mm probe and an static probe for variable temperature studies.
Analysis of dopants and trace elements
Deformulation of unknown compounds and mixtures.
Variable temperature tests
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