McGill Chemistry NMR/EPR Facility

The NMR/EPR facility in the McGill Chemistry Department has five solution NMR spectrometers ranging between 300 and 500 MHz, a 400 MHz solid-state NMR spectrometer, and an X band EPR spectrometer. In addition, a 500 MHz NMR spectrometer that is part of the Quebec/Eastern Canada High Field NMR Facility has been temporarily moved into the Chemistry NMR facility while building renovations are being made to its original location.

The facility is capable of running most experiments of interest to the research chemist. Request for information should be addressed to Dr. Robin Stein. We offer services to both University and outside users.

  • Welcome to Summer 2017 Students!

    Three students are working in the NMR/EPR lab this summer!  Miranda Green is looking at DOSY, Matthew He is specializing in EPR, and Ricky Tran is studying DFT.  Welcome!

  • NMR is Fun June 7

    NMR is Fun will take place on June 7 at U de M!  You must sign-up in advance to attend, and if you want to use Mnova during the workshop, contact Robin ahead of time.  Full information and sign-up is at the website.

  • QANUC Grand Opening and EPR Symposium Announced

    To celebrate the reopening of QANUC and the installation of its 800 MHz NMR, as well as the installation of EPR in the chemistry department, a day of international speakers and a workshop on NMR and EPR will be held on July 21, 2017 in Otto Maass. For more information and to register, see the website.