Welcome to the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Laboratory at NJIT, located in the Chemistry and Environmental Sciences Building (Tiernan Hall, B008). The primary mission of the NMR Laboratory is to make NMR spectroscopy available to students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculties of NJIT and community in general for the advancement of their research. Established in 2019, the laboratory is currently equipped with two superconducting spectrometers for varying purposes and capabilities, operating in liquid mode. Their fields are 7.05 T and 11.75 T (300 MHz and 500 MHz H1 frequencies) and are equipped with liquid probes (the Bruker AV300-MHz instrument -DPX model- with RT Quad probe (H1, F19, P31, C13), without gradients; and the Bruker AVIII-500 with triple resonance probe - H1, C13, N15 - with gradients and temperature control).