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Found a good website for NMR

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Old 08-16-2011, 02:34 PM
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Default Found a good website for NMR



Hey everyone,
I thought I would share a link with you guys. Its a website which discusses the basics of NMR or nuclear magnetic resonance Every organic chemist and for that matter even biochemist should realize the potential of this method. This website covers the basics of how a nuclear magnetic resonance experiment is done and should help you learn about the technique. Also I believe the site is relatively new with fresh content coming up on it every few days so keep checking for updates.

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Akul.

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