Bruker BioSpin announces the new Fourier 300, an innovative, easy-to-use 300 MHz high-resolution spectrometer that brings Fourier transform (FT) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy within every chemist's reach. With its robust Fourier Probe technology, easy software, miniaturized electronics and proven magnets, the Fourier 300 is a complete proton and carbon 1D and 2D FT-NMR system that delivers powerful performance at an attractive price.
Bruker's industry leading NMR software TopSpin combines various new features to explore the world of NMR at-ease, making the Fourier 300 an ideal system for chemical education and industrial routine analysis. It enables undergraduate NMR laboratories to incorporate many new experiments, from a broad range of pre-installed 1D FT-NMR spectra and various relaxation experiments to numerous, information-rich 2D homonuclear or heteronuclear correlations. Students will find the TopSpin software intuitive, whether it is used to analyze the structure of an organic molecule, or to learn NMR as a method.
The Fourier 300 is also a compact, cost-effective FT-NMR instrument for routine, walk-up, small molecule analysis in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries, whether to qualify materials, verify reactions, or verify organic molecule structures without being dependent on larger, centralized NMR laboratories. Companies with limited budgets will now be able to add powerful FT-NMR capabilities. Optional software packages can expand the use of the Fourier 300 to include structure elucidation, structure consistency checks, analysis of mixtures and absolute quantification experiments.
Designed and built by the world's NMR market leader, the Fourier 300 utilizes advanced digital RF architecture that results in a uniquely compact, double resonant instrument featuring a digital lock. The Fourier's innovative design has reduced the size, weight and power consumption of its FT-NMR electronics to less than 50% of previous small footprint FT-NMR consoles. Its new, extremely robust proton-carbon Fourier Probe requires no adjustments such as tuning and matching, and includes a z-gradient for easy gradient spectroscopy and automated