SMRL: Stanford NMR Facility and Resource
Information Rates SU-13

Time Allocation:
  • NMR time is scheduled roughly in monthly blocks.
  • Requests are reviewed on a first-in first-out basis.
  • Separate requests need to be placed for each block of requested time.

    First Time Requests:

    If you are making your first request for NMR time at the SMRL, or if you are investigating the feasibility of acquiring data at the SMRL, please contact SMRL personnel to arrange a consultation meeting on your project needs. We are always happy to discuss new projects.

    Repeat Requests:

    When SMRL personnel become familiar with the nature of your project, NMR time requests can be made directly through the web-based form.

  • System Usage Categories:
    • cryogen fills
    • routine maintenance
    • facility R&D
    • collaborative projects
    Time is scheduled when needed and when appropriate.

    Research Community

    • finite duration needs (eg. one-time requests, occasional needs)
    • long-term studies
    Time is scheduled on the basis of availability and a demonstrated need for SMRL instrumentation. Only a limited number of long-term studies can be sustained by the SMRL at any given time.

    Sample Service

    Inquire for assistance.

    Publication Acknowledgements:
    Established by the Core and Service Center Advisory Board for all Service Centers (7/20/2011):

    If the work done with this Service Center produces data resulting in a figure in a publication, you are required to acknowledge the Service Center (Stanford Magnetic Resonance Laboratory) in the publication. Further, if staff members of the center provided significant experimental design, data interpretation, or other intellectual contribution (as evaluated by the PI), then it is expected that these individuals will be coauthors on the publication.

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