A new Applications Note from JEOL details how Non Uniform Sampling (NUS) speeds data collection in routine 2D correlation experiments using JEOL nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometers and Delta™ software. Data obtained from two-dimensional NMR experiments is incredibly useful for structure elucidation of complex molecules, especially when their one-dimensional spectra feature overlapping peaks. However, some experiments require significant amounts of time in order to yield data with adequate resolution or signal to noise for unambiguous interpretation. Any means of reducing the total acquisition time is useful, as this note explains.
Fast NMR Data Collection in 2D Explained in New Apps Note
JEOL’s ECZ series NMR is used in routine and cutting edge experiments in the fields of polymers, pharmaceuticals, food, batteries, and more.
| September 22, 2017
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