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CSIR-Integrated Skill Initiative, CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute is offering a certificate course on SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM in advanced spectroscopic techniques.
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SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM in Advanced Spectroscopic (NMR, HPLC LC-MS, UV/IR) Techniques
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3rd National Workshop on “Applications of Electron Microscopy in Life Sciences” 16 – 18 July 2019
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NMR Spectroscopy (NMR)
Over the past 50 years since the first commercial high resolution NMR spectrometers were introduced, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, commonly referred to as NMR, has become the preeminent technique for determining the structure of organic compounds and various stages of drug development. Of all the spectroscopic methods, it is the only one for which a complete analysis and interpretation of the entire spectrum is normally expected.
With the instrumental and methodological advancements that took place in the past few decades, now NMR has become even more beneficial for a wide variety of researchers. Now in addition to liquids NMR can also be carried out on variety of compounds in various forms that includes polymer gels, lipids, tissue samples, swollen resins, plant material, food samples, solids, etc.
NMR facility in SAIF, CDRI is highly regarded for its versatility in the types of samples we can work on e.g. organic, biochemical, geological, agricultural and biomedical material) as well as the number of nuclei that can be studied by solution and semi solid NMR. The NMR facility in SAIF, CDRI has a total of two superconducting magnet systems:
Agilent DD2 - 700 MHz NMR, USA
Equipped with 5 mm Z-gradient triple resonance {HCN} VT-inverse probe with 2H decoupling and 5mm Z-gradient triple resonance VT-cold probe
Apart from routine analysis 700 MHz nmr is equipped to acquire multidimensional experiments on isotopically labelled (13C/15N/2H) samples
Capable of performing C-detection experiments
For the efficient usage of the facility users may opt for low-field NMR spectrometers in the facility for their routine usage. It is advisable that the user may bring a low field NMR spectrum on the same sample and concentration.
Advance - 400 MHz Bruker, Switzerland
5mm Broadband Inverse Probe (Z-Grd) with VT unit (-150oC to +180oC)
Additionally equipped with HR-MAS dual 13C/1H (Z-Grd) 4mm probe
Capable of performing Two-dimensional multinuclear NMR
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Bruker Avlll-300 MHz Bruker, Switzerland
5mm Broadband Inverse probe with VT unit (-150oC to +180oC)
Capability of performing Two-dimensional multinuclear NMR
Floppy backup, CD backup, Ethernet compatible networking
User friendly menu-driven software
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