Voxalytic’s main focus is on producing bespoke liquid state NMR probes for current needs in spectroscopy. Many of our probes build upon our unique competence in small scale high signal-to-noise ratio NMR detectors. We also separately offer our small NMR detectors, which are suitable for both high and low field signal detection.
Probes: Voxalytic offers customisable probes for liquid state NMR spectroscopy, which are especially applicable when screening medium to large chemical libraries, when sample volumes are small, or unusual environmental conditions apply. [1, 2]
High field detectors: Voxalytic offers a range of small volume detectors, from 100 nl, to 5 µl, with high signal-to-noise ratio, and excellent B1 uniformity and efficiency. Frequencies from 40 MHz to 1 GHz are possible. [3, 4]
Frequency lock sensor or field camera: Voxalytic’s small volume detectors are available also as external frequency lock detectors, containing sealed-in lock substances (deuterium, fluorine, etc.). Their small footprint and excellent linewidth make them ideal for both field camera and frequency lock applications.
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