NMR Institute

The NMR Institute is described in the online graduate catalog.  The institute is directed by Dr. Klaus Woelk and Dr. Chariklia Sotiriou-Leventis.  Please send all inquiries to  stchemnmr@mst.edu


  • Instrument:  Bruker 400 MHz Avance III HD Liquid State NMR (Shared)
  • Acquisition:  2020 New Magnet (S&T Funded) and 2014 Console (S&T Funded, Brewer Science Contributed)
  • Location: Schrenk Hall 125
  • Contact:  Dr. Klaus Woelk, woelk@mst.edu
  • Standard Usage Fee:  $18/hour for daytime usage, 8 am – 5 pm (Effective Feb. 1, 2021)
  • Standard Usage Fee:  $14/hour for night and weekend usage (Effective Feb. 1, 2021) 
  • Availability
  • Guidelines for Usage
  • Instrument:  Bruker 400 MHz Avance III Wide-bore Solid State NMR (Specialized Departmental)
  • Location: Schrenk Hall 125
  • Contact:  Dr. Chariklia Sotiriou-Leventis, cslevent@mst.edu
  • Standard Usage Fee:  $18/hour flat rate (Effective Feb. 1, 2021)
  • Availability
  • Instrument:  Bruker 200 MHz Avance DRX Wide-bore NMR (Group)
  • Location: Schrenk Hall 145
  • Contact:  Dr. Klaus Woelk, woelk@mst.edu
  • Instrument:  Magritek Spinsolve Carbon Benchtop NMR (Shared)
  • Acquisition: 2015 (S&T Funded, Brewer Science Contributed)
  • Location: Schrenk Hall 139
  • Contact:  Dr. Nathan Leigh, leighn@mst.edu
  • Availability
  • For organic chemists 13C NMR forms the backbone of routine molecular analysis. Spinsolve Carbon has outstanding resolution and a high sensitivity that enables the power of proton-carbon NMR in a benchtop instrument. This spectrometer is the most flexible and cost effective way to get carbon-13 NMR in your laboratory.