Our Lab Equipment

Shared Facilities


The following instruments are housed in our NMR suite:

  • 400 MHz Jeol FT NMR
  • 5mm Multinuclear Liquid Probe
  • 300 MHz Jeol FT NMR
  • 6mm Multinuclear HS MAS Solid Probe
  • 5mm Multinuclear Liquid Probe
  • 500 MHz Jeol FT NMR, with pulsed field gradients.
  • 5mm, Multinuclear, Direct Detected, Liquid Probe
  • 5mm, Multinuclear, Inverse Detected, Liquid Probe
  • 5mm, Multinuclear, HR MAS DOTY Probe
  • 400MHz Bruker FT NMR
  • Range of liquid  probes

In addition to providing routine spectral service, these instruments can be used for a range of structural studies with solid or liquid samples:

  • Nuclei include 1H, 13C, 19F, 31P, 27Al, 29Si and 23Na
  • Almost any type of non-ferromagnetic organic and inorganic material
  • Non-destructive technique (sample can be recovered)
  • Measurement of diffusion coefficients to allow insights into colloidal and self-assembling systems

Mass Spectrometry

Mass spectrometry is part of the Faculty of Engineering & Science at the University of Greenwich and hosts exciting research in areas including fundamentals in fragmentation processes, metabolomics, proteomics and ion mobility mass spectrometry. The mass spectrometry facility boasts two awardees of the BMSS medal for lifetime contribution to mass spectrometry (Professor Tony Mallet and Professor Frank Pullen) and cutting edge instrumentation including direct analysis in real-time ionisation and a waters synapt G2 ESI-qTOF incorporating ion mobility.

Mass spectrometry is a powerful analytical tool with many diverse applications. We enable access to state-of-the-art instrumentation, along with the necessary expertise to develop your research in many areas such as drug characterisation, gas-phase ion chemistry, proteomics, environmental analysis and many more.