All NMR spectrometers in the chemistry building will be out of service Tuesday, January 30, from 5:30am to 8:30am due to the building compressed air shutdown.
Someone broke a sample tube inside the I500 magnet contaminating the probe. I500 is out of service until further notice.
There will be a Mnova software seminar given by Dr. Chen Peng and Mr. Leandro Gil-Silva of Mestrelab on June 12, Monday, in C127, followed by a Mnova user training course and a Q&A session.
1:30-2:30pm Seminar: Introduce Mnova software tools including both NMR and LC/GC-MS modules — for everyone who are interested.
2:30-3:30pm User training course: Teach how to use the Mnova software to process, analyze and publish NMR data — for current and new Mnova users.
3:30-4:30pm Q&A session: A great chance for you to ask the software developers questions, show them your problems, and share your experience. Remember to bring your computer with NMR data.
Users are encouraged to attend all or some of these sessions.
Update: The training course slides is now available for download from here.
Mestrenova 11.0.0 and its two plugins qNMR 1.2.1 and RM (Reaction Monitoring) 1.1.0 are 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.
To see what’s new in the new version, go to http://mestrelab.com/software/mnova/whats-new. You may also want to learn about qNMR plugin at http://mestrelab.com/software/ mnova/qnmr and RM plugin at http://mestrelab.com/software/mnova/rm.
The gradient driver on I500 has been fixed. All gradient versions of 1D and 2D experiments as well as diffusion experiments are working now.
We will be doing 2D NMR training in the next two weeks:
- Jan. 25th, Wednesday, 1 – 3pm;
- Jan. 26th, Thursday, 1:30 – 3:30pm;
- Jan. 27th, Friday, 10am – noon;
- Feb. 1st, Wednesday, 1 – 3pm;
- Feb. 2nd, Thursday, 10am – noon.
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.
The macro commands emaildata and vnmremail have been modified to use a default email address defined by a VnmrJ parameter email. If you have an indiana.edu email account and prefer to email files to there, you don’t need to change anything (i.e. leave email=”). If you don’t have an indiana.edu account, you would need to set up the email parameter to provide a default email address, e.g. type email=’email@example.com’ in the VnmrJ command line (presuming your IU user ID is abc).
See this previous post for more details about emaildata and vnmremail.
Please also note that a bug in the emaildata and vnmremail macros on I600 which prevented using the default email address has been fixed.
I400 is currently out of service due to a computer problem.