Solid-State NMR Facility

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Facility in Applied Science and Physics

The Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Facility at the College of William & Mary includes two wide-bore NMR spectrometers (750 MHz and 300 MHz), housed in a 2500 square-foot dedicated laboratory jointly operated by the Department of Applied Science and the Physics department. 

More information about the NMR facility and the current activities can be found here.

The NMR Systems:
  • A 17.6 Tesla (750 MHz), 89 mm bore Bruker system, with an array of probes, including a 4 mm (1H13C15N) triple resonance HXY MAS probe, 2.5 mm and 3.2 mm HX double resonance MAS probes, as well as single and double resonance static probes.
  • A 7.05 Tesla (300 MHz), 89 mm bore Oxford system, with 4 mm and 2.5 mm probes capable of MAS up to 15 and 35 kHz
  • Both systems featuring AVANCE I electronics and an operation temperature range of 220–350 K

W&M NMR Facility

The Facility:

The NMR facility is housed in the newly renovated Small Hall.

Zoom-in Small Hall layout

Small Hall Layout

For more information about the NMR facility, contact Applied Science Professor, Dr. Myriam Cotten ( or Physics Professor, Dr. Gina Hoatson (