A third EURACT-NMR call for proposals is announced for the use of newly available nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy facilities operating in nuclear licensed facilities on the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology’s Campus North.

The closing date is Monday, 10th September 2012. Please note the deadline has been extended to Monday, 24th September 2012!

Proposals are invited in domain as follows:

  • D3    Actinide speciation and separation chemistry (liquids NMR)

The facilities consist of a Bruker 400 Avance liquids NMR spectrometer located at KIT-INE equipped with multinuclear liquid NMR probes capable of indirect and direct detection with gradients from 103Rh-19F and selected indirect detection with gradients of low gamma nuclei from 41K-39K.

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Potential NMR research projects should be discussed informally with the laboratory and instrument scientists to ensure feasibility in terms of NMR and nuclear material handling.

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Please use the research proposal form to submit your proposal to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by the given deadline.

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A second call for proposals is announced for the use of newly available nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy facilities operating in nuclear licensed facilities on the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology’s Campus North.

The closing date is Wednesday, 8th February 2012.

Proposals are invited in three domains:

  • D1    Low temperature physics
  • D2    High-resolution solid-state NMR (magic-angle spinning)
  • D3    Actinide speciation and separation chemistry (liquids NMR)

The facilities consist of a Bruker 400 Avance liquids NMR spectrometer located at KIT-INE equipped with multinuclear liquid NMR probes capable of indirect and direct detection with gradients from 103Rh-19F and selected indirect detection with gradients of low gamma nuclei from 41K-39K.

Local contacts:

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A Bruker Avance WB400 for high-resolution (magic-angle spinning) solids NMR and cryogenic (10 K) NMR is located in the JRC-ITU. This is equipped with single crystal goniometer and static solids cryoNMR probe and 4 mm and 1.3 mm probes for magic-angle spinning of nuclei from 15N to 31P.

Local contacts:

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Potential NMR research projects may be discussed informally with the laboratory and instrument scientists to ensure feasibility in terms of NMR and nuclear material handling. These potential projects may also be discussed with the coordinator, Ian Farnan.

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Call for Proposals

Proposals are invited for the use of newly available nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy facilities operating in nuclear licensed facilities on the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology’s Campus North. The closing date is the 8th May 2011.

Proposals are invited in three domains:

D1     Low temperature physics

D2     High-resolution solid-state NMR (magic-angle spinning)

D3     Actinide speciation and separation chemistry (liquids NMR)

The facilities consist of a Bruker 400 Avance liquids NMR spectrometer located at KIT-INE equipped with multinuclear liquid NMR probes capable of indirect and direct detection with gradients from 103Rh-19F and selected indirect detection with gradients of low gamma nuclei from 41K-39K.

Local contacts:        Peter Kaden ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) and Melissa Denecke ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

A Bruker Avance WB400 for high-resolution (magic-angle spinning) solids NMR and cryogenic (10 K) NMR is located in the JRC-ITU.  This is equipped with single crystal goniometer and static solids cryoNMR probe and 4mm and 1.3 mm probes for magic-angle spinning of nuclei from 15N to 31P

Local contacts:        Olivier Pauvert ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) and Joe Somers ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Potential NMR research projects may be discussed informally with the laboratory and instrument scientists to ensure feasibility in terms of NMR and nuclear material handling.  These potential projects may also be discussed with the coordinator, Ian Farnan ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).