The I600 hardware problem has been fixed. It’s up running now.
I600 has a hardware problem and is out of service.
The NMR facility will reopen with restrictions on June 1st. Users must follow Chemistry Department Research Restart Guidelines and NMR facility COVID-19 safety guidelines. If you have any questions please contact NMR staff.
The I500 is turned ON for essential research activities.
The I600 has been turned ON and is available for use to support essential research activities approved by IU VPR office during the hibernation period.
The NMR facility is closed from March 27, Friday, 3pm until further notice.
Mestrenova 14.1.1 is now available for download from the ITG web site . We recommend that every user upgrade to the latest version of Mnova and its plugins. Go to the ITG web site and follow the instructions there.
The new version works well with the new operating system of Mac computers.
All NMR spectrometers are back running, including B600 and its cryoprobe. There were a few issues reported by users during the weekend. All of them have been fixed.
We will be doing 2D NMR training in the next week:
- August 13, Tuesday, 1:30 – 3:30pm;
- August 14, Wednesday, 10am – 12noon;
- August 15, Thursday, 10am – 12noon (cancelled);
- August 15, Thursday, 1:30 – 3:30pm;
- August 16, Friday, 1:30 – 3:30pm.
These will be single 2 hour sessions. The basic concepts of 2D NMR will be introduced and we’ll go through setup, acquisition, processing and plotting of the common 2D NMR 1H-1H and 1H-13C experiments including COSY, TOCSY, NOESY/ROESY, HMQC/HSQC and HMBC/CIGAR.
We’ll be at a spectrometer so the number of attendees in each session will be limited to 4. If you plan to attend, please sign up on the online sign-up sheet.
Non-uniform sampling (NUS) is a very powerful tool that significantly speeds up the acquisition of multidimensional data. Dr. Scott Robson from Prof. Gerhard Wagner’s lab at Harvard will be presenting on non-uniform sampling for NMR on June 25th 3-5pm in Simon Hall 030. Dr. Robson is one of the developers of the Poisson gap sampling and iterative soft thresholding reconstruction method. He will give 1-hour lecture on NUS theory followed by a 1-hour hands-on demonstration of data processing.