Explore the fundamentals of sample preparation, solvent choice, pulse sequence selection, parameter optimization, data processing options, and data interpretation of one- and two-dimensional homo- and heteronuclear NMR experiments.
Use one- and two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy to elucidate the structure of small molecule unknowns. Explore the fundamentals of sample preparation, solvent choice, pulse sequence selection, parameter optimization, data processing options, and data interpretation of one- and two-dimensional homo- and heteronuclear experiments.
Each of the NMR experiments listed in the agenda will be discussed in detail. Data interpretation will include a discussion of various NMR software (i.e., ACD, TOPSPIN, VNMR, Mnova) and analysis using plotted spectra. Data sets will be analyzed using three formats during the course: instructor led analysis, individual/small group problem sets, and independent analysis of NMR problem sets.
Chemists in the pharmaceutical, consumer products, food science, forensics, or cosmetics industry who want to improve their NMR interpretation.
Five for four! Register five people for one course, one person for five courses, or any combination in between and your fifth registration is free. The free registration will be the course of the lowest price. Please note: This discount cannot be combined with any other discount offered.
AMA’s San Francisco Executive Conference Center
55 4th Street, Second Level
San Francisco, CA 94103
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Kathleen Farley serves as Senior Principal Scientist in the R&D division at Pfizer Inc. She has over 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry.
Gregory S. Walker is an Associate Research Fellow at Pfizer Inc. and a recognized expert in the structural elucidation of metabolites.