NMR TRAINING


BUDGETS

We need to have a budget number on file to create your NMR account. The Chemistry Dept is using reference numbers which are linked to the new EFS chart strings.
If you do not have a reference number, applying for a stockroom card will create one.

If you are in the chemistry department, click here, fill out the form and follow all instructions.

If you are not in the chemistry department, click here, fill out the form and follow all instructions.


BRUKER AUTOSAMPLER TRAINING (AX-400; required for all new users)

Prerequisite: none

Training on the 400 autosampler is by appointment only.
Please sign up on the sheet posted by Letitia's office and a mutually agreeable time will be scheduled.
Or email us with the following information:

You will be trained on the Bruker 400 which will give you access to one-dimension al 1H, 13C, 19F, and 31P experiments, plus 13C-DEPT, COSY, HSQC, HMBC, NOESY, etc.
Autosampler training is required before training on the hands-on instruments.
Training cost: $20/person


VARIAN AUTOSAMPLER TRAINING (VI-300; for Lab TAs only)

Prerequisite: none

Please contact Letitia.

Training cost: $15/person


Hands-on BRUKER training (preferred method)

Prerequisite: Bruker autosampler training

Please printout and complete the Bruker quiz. Training sessions will be scheduled after satisfactory completion of the quiz and will be performed in groups of 3-5.
Training cost: $45/person


Hands-on VARIAN training (on 20+ year old instruments)

Prerequisite: autosampler training

Please printout and complete the Varian quiz. Training sessions will be scheduled after satisfactory completion of the quiz and will be performed in groups of 3-5.
Training cost: $45/person


Hands-on training quiz: for all spectrometer systems

If you want to be trained on all of the hands-on spectrometers, take this quiz. This will get you signed up for both training sessions. Training sessions will be scheduled after satisfactory completion of the quiz and will be performed in groups of 3-5. Most answers are readily found in the instruction manuals, but some may require more effort.


Questions? Contact Letitia Yao


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Last modified: June 2015