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Common Name of Instrument Location Full Name Funding Source Boilerplate for Acknowledgment section Boilerplate for Methods and Materials section
BigSur SBC 1004 Bruker AV 400 with B-ACs autosampler NIH Support for the NMR instrumentation was provided by NIH Grant # P50 GM069663

NMR spectra were acquired on a 400 MHz Bruker AV spectrometer equipped with a X-channel broadband observe probe.

EPR Malott 1004 Bruker EMXplus with Oxford cryostat NSF Support for the EPR instrumentation was provided by NSF Chemical Instrumentation Grant # 0946883

EPR spectra were acquired on a  Bruker EMXplus spectrometer equipped an Oxford cryostat.

London Malott 3003 Bruker AVIIIHD 400 NIH Support for the NMR instrumentation was provided by NIH Shared Instrumentation Grant # S10OD016360

NMR spectra were acquired on a 400 MHz Bruker AVIIIHD spectrometer equipped with a multinuclear broadband fluorine observe probe.

Paris Malott B042 Bruker DRX 500

NSF, NIH, K-INBRE

Support for the NMR instrumentation was provided by NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant # 9977422 and NIH Center Grant # P20 GM103418.

NMR spectra were acquired on a 500 MHz Bruker DRX spectrometer equipped with a X-channel broadband observe probe.

Siena

Malott

B042

Bruker AVIII 500 with CPDUL cryorpobe and B-ACs autosampler

NSF, NIH

Support for the NMR instrumentation was provided by NIH Shared Instrumentation Grant # S10RR024664 and NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant # 0320648

NMR spectra were acquired on a 500 MHz Bruker AVIII spectrometer equipped with a cryogenically-cooled carbon observe probe.

SSNMR SBC 1004 Bruker AVIII 400 NSF Support for the NMR instrumentation was provided NSF Chemical Instrumentation Grant # 0840515 NMR spectra were acquired on a  Bruker AVIII 400 spectrometer.
Yosemite SBC 1004 Bruker AV 400 NIH Support for the NMR instrumentation was provided by NIH Shared Instrumentation Grant # S10RR014767

NMR spectra were acquired on a 400 MHz Bruker AV spectrometer equipped with a X-channel observe quadruple nuclei probe.

 


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