In-Tube NMR Reaction Monitoring
Mar 16 2018 Read 437 Times
With the benefit of in-tube mixing, the all-new Reaction Monitoring System NMR Tube from Wilmad-LabGlass permits researchers to run reaction experiments without the need for costly instruments or equipment. This two-chamber borosilicate glass tube is a valuable tool for aiding in kinetic studies and reaction endpoint determinations.
“NMR reaction monitoring has become increasingly important in recent years due to green chemistry initiatives, process chemistry advances, and breakthroughs in enzymology,” explains Susan Butch, Product Manager for Wilmad-LabGlass – SP Scienceware.
The system features an inner chamber with a Teflon® tip that when secured in the outer chamber creates a positive seal separating solutions until the user is ready to mix. The in situ mixing of solutions allows for clear before and after reaction spectra. With the use of a benchtop NMR Spectrometer where the upper portion of the sample tube is accessible researchers may also be able to capture initial kinetic data points.
“This product is incredibly valuable to users that want a simple solution for acquiring NMR reaction and kinetics data. It permits them to run reaction experiments with almost any style NMR Spectrometer,” said Butch.
Available in 7-inch and 8-inch tube lengths, the Reaction Monitoring System comes with an extra black phenolic cap for storage of solutions post-mix.
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