Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

NOAH sails on: NMR supersequences and multiple receivers in small molecule analysis

This webinar took place on November 03, 2020

Webinar Overview

Join Dr. Eriks Kupce, principal scientist at Bruker UK, as he introduces the concept of constructing NMR supersequences from modules that are simple modifications of conventional NMR sequences. The proposed method is based on the "domino principle" - the output of the previous module must match the input of the following module.

In this webinar, Dr. Kupce will show that significant gains in both speed and sensitivity can be achieved in well-designed NOAH (NMR by ordered acquisition using 1H detection) supersequences. Furthermore, such supersequences can be constructed with a particular application in mind, for instance, establishing the structure of small molecules from a single measurement. Combining NOAH with the use of multiple receivers and multi-nuclear detection offers further enhancements.

Key Points

  • Learn how to construct supersequences
  • How to set up NOAH experiments
  • How to process the NOAH data

Who Should Attend?

  • Students and post-docs who wish to learn about new and emerging techniques in NMR spectroscopy
  • Group leaders and lab technicians who wish to improve the efficiency of their research and facilities
Dr. Eriks Kupce

Principal Scientist

Varian Fellow, Agilent Research Fellow, ISMAR Fellow, Elected Member of Latvian Academy of Sciences, Laukien Prize (2006), ca 200 papers. Learned from Ray Freeman, Lewis Kay, Lucio Frydman, Gerhard Wagner, Tim Claridge, Ole Sorensen. Designed pulse shaping software for Varian, Agilent and Bruker NMR systems.

Finn Price

Editorial team SelectScience

Fionnbhar Price is a member of the SelectScience Editorial Team, who plays a core role in sourcing and publishing content for the site, with a particular focus on the field of applied chemistry. He has an MChem in Chemistry from Cardiff University, UK, and undertook a year in research characterizing bacterial protein.