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  1. Theory of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
  2. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: An Introduction to Principles, Applications, and Experimental Methods by Joseph B. Lambert, Eugene P. Mazzola, 2003-03-23
  3. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: Concepts and Methods by Daniel Canet, 1996-06
  4. Principles of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in One and Two Dimensions (International Series of Monographs on Chemistry) by Richard R. Ernst, Geoffrey Bodenhausen, et all 1990-09-27
  5. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Probes of Molecular Dynamics (Understanding Chemical Reactivity)
  6. Spin Dynamics: Basics of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance by Malcolm H. Levitt, 2008-04-25
  7. Fundamentals of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance by Jacek W. Hennel, Jacek Klinowski, 1993-04
  8. Principles of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Microscopy by Paul Callaghan, 1994-01-13
  9. Two-Dimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Liquids by A. Bax, 1982-03-31
  10. Practical Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxation for Chemists by Vladimir I. Bakhmutov, 2005-01-18
  11. Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 9 Volume Set
  12. High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Advanced Chemistry) by J. A. Pople, W. G. Schneider, et all 1959-12
  13. Fundamentals of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy by Robert, A. Izydore, 2007-10-01
  14. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Relaxation by Brian Cowan, 2005-08-22

1. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (nmr) Menu
nuclear magnetic resonance MENU An explanation of how an NMR spectrum arises, and the meaning of the term "chemical shift". How a low resolution NMR spectrum is used to identify where the hydrogen atoms in a molecule are.
Background . . .
An explanation of how an NMR spectrum arises, and the meaning of the term "chemical shift".
Low resolution NMR spectra . . .
How a low resolution NMR spectrum is used to identify where the hydrogen atoms in a molecule are. Read this before you go on to high resolution spectra.
High resolution NMR spectra . . .
Looks at the additional information which you can get from a high resolution NMR spectrum.
Integrator traces . . .
How to find the ratio of the numbers of differently placed hydrogen atoms from an integrator trace.
Go to instrumental analysis menu . . . Go to Main Menu . . .

2. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
nuclear magnetic resonance. 1/23/98
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Proton NMR Magnetic moment precess in a magnetic field Energy Difference ... Spectra Problems Author: James Macmillan Email: Home Page:

3. NMR
Part of "Biophysics online". A downloadable book under permanent construction. The editor Category Science Chemistry nuclear magnetic resonance Library......BTOL Homepage. nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). David Gorenstein, Volume Editor.University of Texas Sealy Center for Structural Biology
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
David Gorenstein , Volume Editor
University of Texas
Sealy Center for Structural Biology
Biophysical Journal Teaching Article
    Teaching High-Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to graduate Students in Biophysics
    Laura Lerner and David A. Horita
    Biophys. J. (pdf version ~157 K)
Volume Contents

4. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Journals
Contains links to "instructions for authors" for important NMR journalsCategory Science Chemistry nuclear magnetic resonance Journals......nuclear magnetic resonance JOURNALS. permanently updated. Progress in NuclearMagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Prog. Nucl. Mag. Res. Sp., bimonthly
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Journals dealing with all aspects of NMR spectroscopy are compiled in this overview. Full journals titles are followed by their standard abbreviation and appearance frequency. Links in italics have limited access.

5. Basics Of NMR
Professor from the Rochester Institute of Technology presents a virtual book that discusses nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Joseph P. Hornak, Ph.D.

6. 4-2 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance--Espin
Some nicely done class notes for NMR, for use in Organic Synthesis..Category Science Chemistry Theory Basic NMR and MRI Theory......nuclear magnetic resonance Spectroscopy (NMR). The nuclei of someatoms, but not all, behave as if they were rotating, or spinning
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR)
The nuclei of some atoms, but not all, behave as if they were rotating, or spinning, about an axis passed through them, much as a top spins about its central axis. This is quite easily visualized in terms of the particle nature of the nucleus; it is less easily visualized in terms of the wave picture, which by now we know is another face of nature that is manifested in the atomic/molecular realm. Spin of nuclei is similar to electron spin. Examples of atoms whose nuclei spin are hydrogen, fluorine, the 13 isotope of carbon, and the 15 isotope of nitrogen. There are many others that will not be listed here. The focus in this chapter will be on the spin of the hydrogen nucleus, because hydrogen atoms occur very frequently in molecules and are therefore very useful in determination of structure. When placed in a strong magnetic field, the spinning motion of the hydrogen atom gives rise to two energy levels. These are shown in an energy level diagram in Figure 1 The spin can be promoted from the lower to the higher level by interacting with and absorbing energy from electromagnetic radiation in the radio frequency (RF) region of the spectrum. A typical radio photon has a frequency of 10

7. MRC Biomedical NMR Centre
The web site of a multiuser biomedical nuclear magnetic resonance facility in the UK.
The Centre is a multi-user facility for biomedical nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) which was set up by the MRC in 1980. It is located at the National Institute for Medical Research ( NIMR ) and has excellent and well-supported facilities for liquid-state NMR studies of biological macromolecules. The Centre's facilities include spectrometers operating at 800, 600 and 500 MHz. Funding has recently been awarded for a 600MHz cryogenically cooled probe and a replacement console. The users of the Centre come from NIMR and from universities, colleges and research institutes from all over the UK. The Centre plays an important role in training scientists and PhD students in advanced NMR methods. The location of the Centre within the multidisciplinary structural biology environment at NIMR results in significant and mutual benefits for all users of the Centre.

8. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Journals
nuclear magnetic resonance. JOURNALS. permanently updated
permanently updated
Journals dealing with all aspects of NMR spectroscopy are compiled in this overview. Full journals titles are followed by their standard abbreviation and appearance frequency. Links in italics have limited access.

9. National Center For Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Of Macromolecules - English Versi
NMR in Brazil, an extensive list of links.
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10. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
nuclear magnetic resonance. 1/21/98
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance What is the origin of nmr signals? Nuclei have several spin states. Spin States for Various Nuclei ... Appearance of spectrum Author: GRSBEC Email: Home Page: Download presentation source

11. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
A short series of lecture slides on spin-spin splitting.Category Science Chemistry Theory Advanced Topics......nuclear magnetic resonance. 2/7/98. Click here to start. Table of Contents.nuclear magnetic resonance. 1,1,2trichloropropane. n+1 Rule.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 1,1,2-trichloropropane n+1 Rule Requirements for n+1 rule ... PPT Slide Author: GRSBEC Email: Home Page: Download presentation source

12. SIUC NMR Facility
nuclear magnetic resonance facility, a link list and a Varian operating manual.
Southern IllinoisUniversity
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility
The NMR Facility at Southern Illinois University is a university-wide facility, supported by the Office of Research Development and Administration , the School of Medicine , and the College of Science It has two high-field multinuclear spectrometers, a Varian VXR-300 (proton at 300 MHz)system with an Oxford wide-bore magnet, and a Varian Inova-500 (proton at 500 MHz) standard bore system. The VXR-300 is usually configured with a 5 mm broadband switchable probe tuned to H and C. Macro-driven software allows execution of routine proton, carbon, APT, DEPT, COSY, and heteronuclear correlation experiments after only minimal time investment in training. This instrument also can be configured with a sensitive 5 mm proton/fluorine probe or broadband probes for 10 mm and 16 mm sample tubes. The Inova-500 is generally set up for proton NMR of biological macromolecules but it can be set up for X-nuclei (10 mm) when there is a need for maximum sensitivity or resolution. These instruments are available for use by SIUC researchers at attractive rates with discount rates available for extended data collection periods. Facility personnel are available to serve as technicians for an additional $20.00 per hour - otherwise researchers who wish to operate the instruments themselves will be fully trained by the Facility. These rates are designed with the intent that all operating expenses, other than the Director's salary, are recovered.

13. Ultrasound, Scanning Electron Microscopy And Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectros
Comparison of results investigating the hydration process in cementitious materials. Methods used are ultrasound, scanning electron microscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. - May 2001, Vol. 6 No. 5
Ultrasound, Scanning Electron Microscopy and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy - Comparison of Results Investigating the Hydration Process in Cementitious Materials
Christian U. Grosse, Stephanie U. Köble, Hans W. Reinhardt
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    When measuring mortar or other cementitious materials with ultrasound the question arises whether the results of the non-destructive measurements are coherent with visual parameters describing the hydration process in the material. Special microscopic techniques are difficult to apply due to the interaction between the method (for example evacuation) and the material. First results are presented describing the use of the scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and the nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR spectroscopy) investigating mortar or cement paste and calorimeter measurement of hydration temperatures in comparison to results of ultrasonic measurement techniques developed by the authors.
    Ultraschall, Raster-Elektronen- Mikroskopie und Kernresonanzspektroskopie – Untersuchung der Hydratation von Zementgebundenen Materialien.

14. Welcome To Varian, Inc.
Develops, manufactures and sells a variety of scientific instruments and equipment, nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers and high vacuum products which serve a wide range of industrial and scientific applications. (Nasdaq VARI).
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Services Contact Investor Relations Career Opportunities Varian, Inc. in the News Webcast Replay: Varian discusses latest product innovations at Pittcon 2003 Varian Develops Tools for Life Science Industry (PDF) (Genetic Engineering News, Feb. 15, 2003) Press Release Archives Contact Us Varian, Inc. is a global technology company that builds leading-edge tools and solutions for diverse, high-growth applications in life science and industry. With over 50 years of technical experience, we respond to customers' most pressing requirements for Scientific Instruments, Vacuum Technologies, and Electronics Manufacturing.
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15. ENC Conference
Held during March 30 to April 4, 2003 in Savannah, GeorgiaCategory Science Chemistry nuclear magnetic resonance Meetings......March 30 April 4, 2003 Savannah, Georgia. Congratulations to Kurt Wüthrich 2002Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Experimental nuclear magnetic resonance Conference.
th ENC March 30 - April 4, 2003
Savannah, Georgia Congratulations to
Kurt Wüthrich

2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference INFORMATION: Conference Program Highlights Conference Location Travel View Abstracts ... Exhibitor Information
Adobe Acrobat Document Contact Program Chair, Peter van Zijl IMPORTANT DATES:
February 28, 2003:
Advanced Conference Registrations.
Advanced Accomodation Registrations. ITEMS OF INTEREST: Exhibitors at the 43rd ENC Günther Laukien Prize Recipient (2002) ENC Executive Committee Abstracts From Past Conferences ... Web Pages of Interest Future ENC Conferences: 45th ENC April 18 - 23, 2004 Asilomar Conference Center Pacific Grove, CA 46th ENC April 10 - 15, 2005 Providence, RI The conference office can be reached via email at: or by regular mail and phone at:
ENC, 1201 Don Diego Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (USA)
Phone: (505) 989-4573 Fax: (505) 989-1073

16. MRI Petrophysical Applications Center
Application of nonimaging and imaging nuclear magnetic resonance to formation evaluation and reservoir engineering. Associated with Texas Tech University.

17. NMR Information Server
Resource center for nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopists offers meeting announcements, jobs, and links to software.
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18. The EF-Hand Calcium-Binding Proteins Data Library
Home of the calciumbinding protein database. Structure determination of calcium-binding proteins and nucleic acid fragments in solution by nuclear magnetic resonance.
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The EF-Hand Calcium-Binding Proteins Data Library is a growing collection of published sequence, structural, functional, and other information about EF-hand calcium-binding proteins and their roles in cellular signal transduction. It was developed by Melanie Nelson , in Walter Chazin's lab while at The Scripps Research Institute . Melanie has since joined the informatics group at Physiome Sciences, Inc. , Dr. Chazin is now Director of the Structural Biology Program at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Every effort has been made to ensure that all information in the data library is correct and up to date. However, no guarantee is given, either express or implied. If you find errors in the data library, or have questions, comments, or suggestions, please e-mail General Info Sequence Info Structural Info ... site stats

nuclear magnetic resonance Facility. Structural Biology NMR Resource
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20. The Analytical Chemistry Springboard - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Analytical Chemistry The Analytical Chemistry Springboard. Nuclear MagneticResonance 1H Wizard The 1H Wizard is a little helper program.

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