The Analytical Chemistry Springboard
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
- 1H Wizard
The 1H Wizard is a little helper program. You can input the 1H NMR chemical shift of a signal and the program gives some possible substructures for this shift.
- An Introduction to Magnetic Resonance
Microsoft Word document describing the basic theory of the NMR technique. If you are using another word processor, you may need the Microsoft WordView freeware viewer for Word documents for viewing this document.
- Anleitung zum Messen und Bearbeiten von 1H- und 13 C-NMR-Spektren
Practical instructions (in German) for preparing samples and running the instruments BRUKER AC 250 und BRUKER AM 270 SY (ASPECT 3000).
- The Deuteron NMR WebLab
The Deuteron Weblab is a first WWW-interface to the deuteron NMR software of the Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz, Germany. You can simulate 2H-NMR spectra of molecules with CD-bonds moving on a cone in the fast motional limit where the correlation time is much shorter than the inverse linewidth or in the general case. The geometry of the motion is limited to jumps (2-, 3-, 4- and 6-fold) on a single cone. The spectra are presented in form of a graphical representation (in GIF format) or a list of xy-pairs which you can download to your site.
- Educational NMR Software
An extensive list of free, inexpensive, and commercial mainly educational NMR and ESR software suitable for simulating spectrometers and spectra, processing NMR data, and illustrating various concepts.
GAMMA is a computer package designed to facilitate construction of programs that simulate magnetic resonance phenomena. It was written by Dr. Scott A. Smith and Tilo Levante at the ETH Zürich while working under the guidance of Professor R.R. Ernst and Dr. Beat H. Meier. GAMMA will work on machines which are able to run the GNU C++ compiler. That includes most Unix computers and PC's with Linux (& perhaps DJGPP). For other computers such, as the Macintosh, you need to use GAMMA code that is ported for the compiler you are using. Typically what is needed is for you to download the GAMMA source codes, compile 'em into a library, then build simulation programs or compile those already written.
The magnetic resonance internet information guide. This is a www page dedicated to NMR and MRI information.
- Magnetic Resonance Journals
Lists journals dealing with NMR.
- NMR at Widener University
The ideas for this site orignated at an NSF Faculty Enhancement Workshop, Concepts in NMR, in the summer of 1994. The author Scott van Bramer originally developed this site for a presentation at the 1995 National Science Foundation NMR Summer Workshop at the University of Rhode Island while participating in a second workshop on 2-D NMR. Since then the site has been expanded for additional talks given at NMR Concepts Workshops. The site contains lectures, a tutorial on structural determinations of pharmaceuticals with NMR, Mathcad documents for teaching NMR, links to software, some NMR data used in teaching, and links.
- NMR-Fahrschule: Mit 270 MHz zu den Protonen
Instructions for using the instruments BRUKER AC 250 und BRUKER AM 270 SY (ASPECT 3000).
- NMR Home Pages and Links
Pointers to NMR resources on the web.
- NMR Information Server
Journal on the web with sections on NMR, MRI, and ESR.
- NMR POSTER95
The NMR POSTER95 summer electronic poster session was held June 12-16 1995. When indexed, this page contained links to 30+ contributions.
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
Pages describing the NMR technique by The Wilson Group at UCSD.
- Structural Biology at NIH - NMR spectroscopy
Gopher server giving a very brief description of NMR.
- Umeå University
NMR information resources.
- Universität Potsdam
Information about the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Structural Analytics, Information about the NMR-research group, Online- Services, Information related to NMR-spectroscopy and chemistry in general, Links to other NMR- and Chemistry-related sites.
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