Intelligent use of NMR for Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Bruker has previously introduced the SmartDriveNMR through a webinar, and this time round this webinar will focus on the advances made in acquiring and interpreting spectra within the last year, and the benefits that the new version brings.
SmartDriveNMR software has become a standard across all of Bruker's NMR instruments and provides an efficient way of interpreting the spectral data. The new software has been designed with a much simpler usability that it is now tailored to a much wider range of use cases. The basic idea of the new software has not changed, but the sample acquisition has improved and is more efficient when producing 2D spectra.
What to expect
The webinar will look at the new version of the SmartDriveNMR software, including how the acquisition technology within the software can produce fail-safe Non-Uniform Sampling (NUS) 2D spectra, i.e., a spectrum where the sampling amount is optimized.
The webinar will also highlight the shift away from mandatory automatic structure verification and towards optimized data quality and how the software is now more less-restrictive and more user friendly.
The main points that viewers can take away from the webinar will be:
- The easy sample submission for a SmartDriveNMR run with the different input options will be introduced.
- The different aspects of data quality will be highlighted including automatic experiment selection, NUS acquisition, Signal-to-Noise optimization and Solvent suppression.
Who should attend
This webinar will be of interest to people who own spectrometers, those who are in charge of purchasing spectrometers, are heads of research or the head of an analytical lab in the pharmaceutical, chemical or crop science industry. From an academic perspective, this webinar will also be of use to organic chemists.
Additionally, this webinar will be a great follow up for anyone who attended the last SmartDriveNMR webinar held by BrukerBioSpin in September 2017 (On-the-fly NMR Synthesis Control Using Bruker’s Automation Technologies).