51B. Lecture 17. NMR Spectroscopy.
Recorded February 20, 2013.
Index of Topics:
00:09- Mapping the human brain
01:34- Can we see Chemistry Inside the Brain?
CHAPTER 14- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
05:52- 14.1: Which elements have magnetic resonance properties?
12:47- 14.1A: The NMR Spectrometer- A Superconducting Magnet
16:38- 14.1A: Energetic Differences Between Two Nuclear Spin States
19:39- The Sound of an NMR Spectrometer
21:03- 14.1: Why we perform H NMR and C NMR separately
23:10- 14.1A: The NMR Spectrometer- A Superconducting Magnet (revisited)
24:16- 14.1B: Strange Terms Because Every NMR Magnet is Different
31:32- 14.1A: C NMR is simpler than H NMR so use it first
34:56- 14.2: How many signals should I expect in the C spectrum?
43:40- 14.2: How many signals should I expect in the C spectrum, Slide 2
46:05- 14.2: Use Symmetry to Predict the Number of C Signals
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