I used to use Varian Inova systems with BioPack all the time, and now I'm using a Bruker Avance-III system geared for Chemistry, not biology. It's driving me crazy that I can't find the pulse sequences I'm used to using! Right now, I'd like to use a NOESY with WET water suppression, and I can't find one in the default set that came with the software.
Where do I go for relatively simple pulse sequences for Avance systems? I see Bruker pulse sequences for advanced experiments on Ad Bax's site, at NMRFAM, and NMRWiki, but not the simple ones I need and don't want to program myself.
By the way, I'm being stung by the fact our console has just two channels, and many of the pulse sequences I'm interested in assume N15 will be pulsed on channel #3. I'll post a separate question about converting F3-only sequences to F2.
[Question from NMRWiki Q&A forum] transfer of data sets/pulse sequences from Xwinnmr/DRX to Avance III/topspin
transfer of data sets/pulse sequences from Xwinnmr/DRX to Avance III/topspin
How do I transfer data sets ( with pulse sequences for measurements of various cross- -relaxtion rates) collected under Xwinnmr DRX console to an Avance III console with topspin 3. (on the same instrument/probe). Is it a straigtforward copying of the data folders, or are there any caveats involved? thank you for any input
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[U. of Ottawa NMR Facility Blog] Heat Dissipation in Bruker AVANCE Spectrometers
Heat Dissipation in Bruker AVANCE Spectrometers
It is very important that an NMR spectrometer operate within a fixed temperature range. To control the temperature, many units within the console are equipped with cooling fans which must be kept in good working order. Failure to do so will shorten the life of the spectrometer and cause instability or malfunctions. In the Bruker AVANCE series of spectrometers, the SGU (Signal Generation Unit) boards are particularly sensitive to temperature. Each SGU houses a DDS (Direct Digital Synthesizer) containing numerically controlled oscillators which...
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