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Double Resonance Probe for Liquid State NMR Applications From Varian, Inc. Increases Productivity for Routine Analyses
Date:3/10/2008

PALO ALTO, Calif., March 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Varian, Inc. (NasdaqGS: VARI) announced the release of its new OneNMR(TM) Probe for double resonance NMR applications involving liquid-state samples. The OneNMR Probe product line incorporates proprietary Varian technologies that enable users to employ a single probe rather than switching probes for different applications. The OneNMR probe is ideal for analytical and research chemists performing a broad range of common 1D and 2D NMR experiments.

The OneNMR probe combines the best performance capabilities of the Varian Dual Broadband and Indirect Detection probes in a single unit. It is ideal for routine double resonance experiments involving one high band and one low band nuclei. Users no longer need two probes to achieve the best performance for both direct and indirect detection experiments.

In addition to saving the time required to switch probes, the improved lock sensitivity and increased 1H and 13C sensitivity reduce the time required for analysis or alternatively enable the analysis of samples where quantity is limited. Excellent water suppression and 1H RF homogeneity improve the quality of the data acquired and simplify data analysis.

"This product simplifies the day-to-day operations of many NMR laboratories," said Martin O'Donoghue, Senior Vice President, Scientific Instruments, Varian, Inc. "By offering the capabilities of two probes in a single product, the OneNMR Probe has made it easy for chemists to gather more information every day." For more technical information about Varian's NMR instrumentation, please visit http://www.varianinc.com/products/

Varian, Inc. is a leading worldwide supplier of scientific instruments and vacuum technologies for life science and industrial applications. The company provides complete solutions, including instruments, vacuum products, laboratory consumable supplies, soft
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