To get the best results from the QANUC 500, you should tune on your sample. This is done automatically with the Protune module, if you choose the experiment Proton_withtuning. Do this before a 2D experiment, if your sample is not concentrated, or if you are doing quantitative work. You don’t need to run the experiment Proton – you can drag this to the trash. Instructions are on the manuals page.Read More
There will be a power outage in the NMR rooms on Friday, Sept. 21 from 9 to 11 AM. The instruments will be turned off beginning at 8 AM.
As far as I know, only the NMR rooms are affected.Read More
We’ve got the Mnova licenses for 2018-2019. The old ones will still work, but if Mestrelab introduces a new version of software, you’ll need the new ones. Ask Robin for the new licenses if you don’t have them.Read More
Come to room OM10 with your laptop to participate in a hands-on processing workshop about using TopSpin and Mnova.
- 1 PM: installing software
- 1:30-2:30: guided data processing workshop
Don’t forget your laptop!Read More
NEVER remove samples from the autosamplers if they are in the queue (pink in the diagram). Be very careful about the number of the position you remove! If you do remove a sample that is yellow or green in the diagram, note down the number and put it in the same spot in the rack. If there is no space, move one of the samples already in the rack to a position in the front where there is no number.
NEVER allow anyone who has not been trained to be in the NMR room on their own. This is for safety and because I want to be sure that I know what is being told to new users. Training is free and usually scheduled within a week of when it is requested. Training can be requested at http://nmr.chem.mcgill.ca/training – please direct new members to this site.
Contact me (email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 514 398-6219 – this goes to my cell phone) if there are any problems or if you have questions.Read More