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Laboratory of the engineering profile of NMR spectroscopy

Laboratory of the engineering profile of NMR spectroscopy

The laboratory is focused on the study of the composition and structure of chemical compounds, the kinetics of physical and chemical processes by NMR spectroscopy;

Fundamental and applied research of environmental objects and newly synthesized compounds: identification of the chemical structure of components of complex mixtures of organic compounds, both synthetic and natural; determination of the purity of compounds; registration of the spectra of all possible NMR active nuclei (13C, 15N, 125Te, 111Cd, 77Se, etc.); temperature variations of both solutions and solid samples (CP / MAS); research methods include multidimensional, multiquantum, dynamic, selective NMR spectroscopy experiments.


Service list:


  • Identification of the chemical structure of organic compounds by NMR spectroscopy.
  • Determination of the purity of compounds by NMR spectroscopy.
  • Recording NMR spectra of all possible nuclei, varying the temperature of solutions.
  • Investigation of the dynamic processes of multidimensional NMR spectroscopy.



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Material base of the laboratory

1. JNM-ECA 400. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer

The spectrometer is a fully automated device designed for physico-chemical research for scientific, educational and commercial purposes.
NMR spectrometer Jeol JNM-ECA 400 is used in chemistry, medicine, ecology, energy and other industries for the most qualitative and accurate analysis of the composition of liquid media in order to determine such important indicators as the structural formula, electronic and spatial structure of the substance, the degree of its purification and isotopic composition, fragmentary, structurally-group, and also component compositions, hierarchy of technological transformations. The number and position of the lines in the NMR spectra unambiguously characterize all fractions of crude oil, synthetic rubbers, quality control of new polymeric materials, shales, coals, drugs, preparations, products of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. In addition, you can assess the safety of grain, measure the moisture and oil content of seeds, record the content of gluten in the grain.



  • magnetic field 9.39 T;
  • operating frequency 400 MHz for 1H;
  • operating frequency range is not worse than 10 - 430 MHz;
  • the operating temperature range is not less than -140 ° C - + 180 ° C, the accuracy of maintaining the temperature is not worse than 0.1 ° C;
  • transmitting path. Digital synthesis of frequencies;
  • receiving tract. Fully digital, quadrature registration, ADC is not worse than 16 bit, 2 MHz. Ability to work with inverse sensors;
  • various sensors.



2. Gas chromatograph Bruker 430-GC

  • Bruker 430 is a budget single-channel gas chromatograph with very simple control.
  • Flexibility for many analytical tasks.
  • Simple modification when changing requirements for analysis.
  • Manual and automatic control.
  • Intuitive interface.
  • Compact size.

Area of use:

  • analysis of food products;
  • analysis of oil and oil products;
  • ecological analyzes;
  • toxicological analyzes.

Manufacturer: Bruker Daltonics.

3. UV-spectrophotometer SF-56

Single-beam spectrophotometer SF-56 is designed for the analysis and identification of various substances in chemistry, petrochemistry, pharmacology, ecology, food industry, medicine, biology, etc. The spectrophotometer is controlled and the results are processed using an IBM PC type computer. The device features a large dynamic range of measurement, high accuracy and convergence of results, simple and convenient to operate.
The spectrophotometer SF-56 is built according to the classical scanning scheme, it allows one-shot and multiple scanning of specified spectral regions. The device features a large dynamic range of measurement, high accuracy and convergence of results, simple and convenient to operate.
The automated cuvette compartment allows the simultaneous installation of up to 5 test samples with a length of 10 to 50 mm.

The main operating modes of the spectrophotometer:

  • automatic single and multiple measurements for one or more samples at the operator's specified wavelengths with a specified time interval between measurement cycles;
  • scanning of specified spectral regions;
  • output of the specified spectral portions to the video monitor for qualitative analysis;
  • carrying out kinetic measurements;
  • determination of concentrations;
  • mathematical processing of measurement results, including determination of the reaction rate, calculation of optical density and concentration, and calculation of the color characteristics of the objects under study.

Technical characteristics of SF-56 spectrophotometer



Type of spectrophotometer SF-56


Spectral range, nm                                                                      

measurement range

190 - 1100





optical density, units. OP   

0,01 - 200

-0,3 - 4,0


when measuring transmission coefficients,%.                 

when measuring the optical density, units. OP  

Photometric Reproducibility

not more than ± 0,2


± 0.003 at OD = 1.0  


when measuring the transmittance,%                                 

when measuring the optical density, units. OP     

Accuracy of setting wavelengths, nm





in the range from 200 to 390 nm

in the range from 390 to 1100 nm 




The smallest width of the spectral gap, nm                     

Cuvette compartment



number of samples 

sample change   

Thermostating, ° С    





Overall dimensions, mm



Weight, kg



Power consumption, V · A, no more than:     




Basic equipment

cell quartz K-10 with an optical path length of 10 mm, pcs.

Holder of the cuvette K-10 (1,2,5), pcs.

220 В, 50 Гц






Employees of the engineering laboratory

SEYLHANOV Tulegen Muratovich,

Head of Laboratory, Ph.D., Professor



SEYLHANOV Olzhas Tulegenovich,

senior researcher of the laboratory, master of physics







Seilkhanov Tulegen Muratovich - head of the laboratory, Ph.D., professor.

Tel .: 8-702-221-78-80, 72-11-04, office. 124.