Welcome to The University of Warwick's Solid State NMR Group
The MR hall in Millburn House contains 11 magnets for solid-state NMR and DNP from 2.3 Tesla up to 23.5 Tesla, with a large array of probes for MAS (rotor diameter 0.7 mm (111 kHz spinning) upwards) as well as static NMR and DOR. A 700 MHz solid-state NMR spectrometer is also housed in the NMR hall in the MAS building.
The multidepartment group has a wide range of solid-state NMR research interests encompassing the development of multinuclear solid-state NMR methodology and pulse-sequences combined with calculations and application to materials science, biological solids and pharmaceuticals and supramolecular chemistry.
Warwick University to host UK's most powerful Nuclear Magnetic Resonance instrument
A consortium led by the University of Warwick has been awarded a £17 million grant from the UKRI Infrastructure Fund to procure a 1.2 GHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance instrument at 1.2 GHz. The high-field spectrometer will serve the national research community in the physical and life sciences. It will add to the already significant NMR capabilities here which include the existing 850 MHz and 1 GHz high-field solid-state NMR National Research Facilities. Read press release.
You can also see our current research, staff, PhD students and publications.