Archive for April 26, 2013

A new article in the JACS is accepted

B. Koeppe, J. Guo, P.M. Tolstoy, G. Denisov, H.-H. Limbach

“Solvent and H/D Isotope Effects on the Proton Transfer Pathways in Heteroconjugated Hydrogen-Bonded Phenol-Carboxylic Acid Anions Observed by Combined UV-Vis and NMR Spectroscopy”

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, accepted.


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Excursion in the Center

Today the participants of the conference “The role and applications of collision processes in different kinds of plasmas and laser beams” have walked around the Center and have been acquainted themselves with modern NMR and EPR spectroscopic equipment.

Photos are in our gallery.

Internal seminar 24.04

Sevastian Rabdano presented a talk about properties of hydration of functional groups of amino acids by NMR relaxation and quantum-chemical calculations.

Svetlana Pylaeva has got a certificate

Svetlana Pylaeva has completed the training in the Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and got the certificate.

Internal seminar 17.04

Elena Kurenkova presented a talk about position and mobility of hydrogen in hydrides of binary disordered titanium-vanadium alloys by proton NMR.


Today we have measured the first in the Centre 129Xe spectrum.

Internal seminar 10.04

Mikhail Vovk presented a talk about NMR relaxation of quadrupolar nuclei in aqueous electrolyte solutions.

The Best Start

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Svetlana Pylaeva was awarded “The Best Start” prize at the VII National conference on chemistry and nanomaterials of young scientists, PhD and students with the international participation «Mendeleev-2013», held at the St. Petersburg State University on April 2-5, 2013.

Statistics 03.2013

During the March we had measured 968 proton, 175 carbon, 26 phosphorus, 11 boron and 6 fluorine spectra.

Logitech Ultimate BSMS Mouse G600B

Logitech in collaboration with Bruker has introduced a new G600B mouse, compatible with Bruker BSMS panel. New mouse is equipped with 20 additional keys, including 12 buttons located on a special panel under the thumb that allows one to quickly and accurately press them blindly ensuring ease of shimming and convenience when working with the spectrometer.