Students will gain a deeper understanding of the physics underlying pulse sequences in order to better optimize their NMR experiments.
Students will use software tools to analyze advanced NMR data.
Students will be trained to re-tune the NMR probe to nuclei other than 13C for acquiring heteronuclear correlation spectra.
Students will participate in discussion of advanced topics in NMR. Examples include protein structure determination, NMR relaxation, NMR of oriented systems, etc.
Students will complete an independent project based on a topic of interest. Examples include a product-operator analysis of a pulse sequence, acquiring and interpreting an advanced NMR experiment on a training sample, or writing a summary of a recent journal article reporting a new NMR pulse sequence.