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A blog for the NMR users at the University of Ottawa and all others interested in NMR spectroscopy.

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Many NMR measurements such as HSQC or HMQC rely on broadband X nucleus decoupling (X = 13C, 15N, 31P .... etc.)..  Broadband decoupling schemes, using conventional rectangular pulses (e.g GARP) require fairly high power levels leading to undesired sample...
The holiday season is full of delicious treats.  Aside from rum spiked eggnog, candy canes, fruitcake, shortbread and cranberry sauce, one of my favorite Christmas treats is gingerbread.  Whether you enjoy biting the limbs off a gingerbread man or...
NMR users typically run 1H, 13C, COSY, HSQC, HMBC and NOESY spectra to elucidate the structures of small molecules. Even with cryogenically cooled probes and pulsed field gradient accelerated methods, collecting 2D spectra can be quite time consuming. For concentrated...

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Many NMR measurements such as HSQC or HMQC rely on broadband X nucleus decoupling (X = 13C, 15N, 31P .... etc.)..  Broadband decoupling schemes, using conventional rectangular pulses (e.g GARP) require fairly high power levels leading to undesired sample...
The holiday season is full of delicious treats.  Aside from rum spiked eggnog, candy canes, fruitcake, shortbread and cranberry sauce, one of my favorite Christmas treats is gingerbread.  Whether you enjoy biting the limbs off a gingerbread man or...
NMR users typically run 1H, 13C, COSY, HSQC, HMBC and NOESY spectra to elucidate the structures of small molecules. Even with cryogenically cooled probes and pulsed field gradient accelerated methods, collecting 2D spectra can be quite time consuming. For concentrated...