BioC 4225 Summer Semester 2019 Course Overview

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 1:00pm

Research Assistant Professor at MNMR Center Dr. Gopinath Tata teaches BioC 4225 each summer, which is a one credit course spread over four days (June 3, 2019 - June 6, 2019).

Lecture topics covered include:

• Introduction to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

• NMR Hamiltonians and product operator formalism

• Experimental aspects of NMR spectroscopy

• Phase cycling and pulsed field gradients

• Calibration of NMR parameters

• Water or solvent suppression techniques

• Homonuclear correlation experiments

• Nuclear Overhauser effect and distance measurements

• Heteronuclear double resonance experiments

• Heteronuclear triple resonance experiments

• Sequential assignment for structure calculation

Hands-On Topics covered:

NMR lab session: Bruker 600 MHz spectrometer will be used in the lab session. Standard NMR samples will be used for demonstrating the experiments.

• NMR software

• Calibrating the NMR parameters

• Implementation of 1D and 2D NMR techniques that are covered in the lecture session Special emphasis on using the theoretical knowledge while setting up the experiment

To see the full syllabus, click here.

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