Solid-state NMR to elucidate the atomic level structures: basic principles and applications
Release Date: 2023/01/19
Solid-state NMR is a versatile tool to probe at atomic level structures.
Since solid-state NMR does not require periodic structures unlike diffraction method, it is frequently applied to amorphous and glassy materials.
In this talk, the brief introduction of basic solid-state NMR will be presented.
In addition, recent advances in fast MAS technic will be addressed.
Practical application to elucidate atomic-level structure will be demonstrated.
This seminar will be held on the web. You can participate not only from your PC, but also from your smartphone or tablet, as long as you have access to the web. We look forward to your participation.
By attending this webinar you will learn…
Basic principles of solid-state NMR
Recent progress of fast MAS technology especially 1H high resolution NMR of rigid solids
How to use solid-state NMR to reveal structures
Who should attend?
Those who is interested in solid-state NMR
Those who are facing a difficulty to use solid-state NMR
Those who are working on amorphous materials
NM business unit, JEOL Ltd.
February 13, 2023 (Mon)
2:00 pm JST (Tokyo)
Approximately 60 minutes (30 mins talk plus 30 mins QA)
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