Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is a non-desctructive interdisciplinary technique. Typical researchers come from a wide range of disciplines such as chemistry, geology, biochemistry, biology, pharmacy, or engineering. The technique has many useful applications:
This laboratory has three 500 MHz spectrometers and one 600 MHz spectrometer.
500MHz NMR G89
600MHz NMR G93
500MHz (306) 966-1710
600MHz (306) 966-1713
Learning to use one of the manually operated NMR spectrometers is analogous to learning to fly a jet fighter! Not what one usually does without having at least learned to fly a small plane. We recommend starting on the autosampler instrument and then graduating to one of the other spectrometers. There is much to learn and it is best done in small bits. Please contact either Dr. Jianfeng Zhu or Dr. Keith Brown to arrange a training session.