Welcome to the UP Diliman NMR Facility
NMR Facility Information
A 400 MHz and 500 MHz Agilent NMR spectrometers have recently been acquired through the Pharmaseas program funded by the Department of Science and Technology. Both spectrometers are installed in the new Research Building of the Institute of Chemistry in the National Science Complex of the University of the Philippines in Diliman. The 400 MHz NMR spectrometer is equipped with a 5-mm One NMR probe, an autosampler, and VNMRj ver.3.2 software. The 500 MHz spectrometer is equipped with a One NMR probe, a 3-mm triple resonance indirect dtection probe, a nanoprobe, and VNMRj ver. 3.2 software.
How to Schedule Time on the Spectrometers
How to Submit Samples
NMR Service Form
Alternatively, you may mail sample together with the NMR form to Dr. Irene M. Villaseñor, Institute of Chemistry, National Science Complex, University of the Philippines, Diliman, QC 1101.
Dr. Gisela P. Concepcion (Marine Science Institute)
Dr. Irene M. Villaseñor (Institute of Chemistry)
Dr. Florecita de Guzman (Institute of Chemistry)
Dr. Neil Andrew Bascos (National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry)
Dr. Aaron Villaraza (Institute of Chemistry)
Dr. Portia Mahal G. Sabido (Institute of Chemistry)
Dr. Christine C. Hernandez (Institute of Chemistry)
Dr. Evangeline C. Amor (Institute of Chemistry)
Dr. Armando Somintac (National Institute of Physics)
Ms. Arlene Bartolome (Institute of Chemistry)
Mr. Miguel Azcuna (Marine Science Institute)
Dr. Nemesio E. Montano (Marine Science Institute)
NMR Data Processing Software
|Users||Fees/30 min block*|
|Other Academic Institutions||1,500|
*Basic fee will include 1H-NMR, evaluation whether the submitted sample
will provide adequate NMR data and recommendations regarding other
NMR experiments. Fee does not include NMR tubes and solvents to be used.
Additional fees for NMR tubes and deuterated solvents, and administrative charges will be billed.