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December 14, 2011

An NMR Poster

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Posted by Derek

Here's a very nice poster-style presentation of proton NMR and spectral interpretation, courtesy of Jon Chui. I wish I'd had something like it when I was learning the topic, and it's a very useful way to picture it even for those of us who've been taking spectra for years. Recommended.

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1. gippgig on December 14, 2011 2:53 PM writes...

This displays fine using Adobe Reader or Safari, but Firefox & Skim both just show a blank screen. Anyone know why?

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2. Canageek on December 14, 2011 4:17 PM writes...

It shows up just fine in Firefox for me gippgig.

Now if only he would do a series of these, starting with inorganic NMR then moving on to through-space techniques. I could STILL use something like this when dealing with ROSEY, COSEY, NOSEY, HSQC, HSMBC etc...and not just to keep all the acronyms straight in my head.

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3. gippgig on December 14, 2011 5:30 PM writes...

To clarify, I was referring to the pdf, not the website (which displays fine).

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4. Lara on December 15, 2011 3:10 PM writes...

There's a very, very readable book that covers a variety of NMR experiments in the context of biomolecules, "Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR." It's available on Amazon. Full disclosure - I work with one of the coauthors.

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