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CMR operation under constraints

Dear customers, the Center for Magnetic Resonance, like other departments of St. Petersburg State University, is gradually getting out of the restrictions associated with the spread of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19). You can obtain up-to-date information on the restrictions still in force by referring to the corresponding orders published in the documents section (in Russian) on the SPbU website.

Guests in CMR

Delegation of embassy of Thailand has visited Center for Magnetic Resonance. Peter Tolstoy has presented a short lecture for guests.


Students and lecturers from St. Petersburg State Technological Institute visited CMR. Mikhail Vovk has briefly demonstrated modern equipment of center and described its main application for users purposes.


Total in November 1963 service applications were carried out.
All together measured:

  • 1883 1H spectra
  • 329 13C spectra
  • 144 DEPT spectra
  • 31 COSY spectra
  • 13 NOESY spectra
  • 107 31P spectra
  • 54 19F spectra

206 applications were carried out.


Stanislav Sukharzhevskii and Mikhail Vovk have presented a lecture-excursion for second year students of the Faculty of Physics.

Second visit of 2nd year students

Today the second overview excursion was conducted for 2nd year students of the Department of Chemistry

Representatives of Paris Institute of Technology

Today representatives of Paris Institute of Technology have visited the Center: Dr. Cecile Vigouroux, Professor Jean-Baptiste d’Espinose de Lacaillerie, Ms. Gabriela Caracaleanu.

New stuff member

New stuff members:

А. Мазур
Anton Mazur
А. Гревцев
Artem Grevtsev

New Post


Congratulations to Alexander Ivanov with his new post «main specialist»!

School for Young Scientists

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P.M. Tolstoy has participated in the School for Young Scientists “Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Phenomena in Chemical and Biological Physics” (Novosibirsk, 7-11.09.2014) where he gave a lecture titled “Cooperativity of Functional Hydrogen Bonds in Active Sites of Enzymes: NMR Study of Model Systems”.