TopSolids – Your Key to Unlock Solid-State NMR
TopSolids™ is a software package especially designed to give easy access into the delicate solid-state NMR setup of hardware and experiments. The webinar will put a strong focus on the probe setup, where the system is adjusted for best performance. Though routine work for an expert this step can be time-consuming and especially complicated and daunting for a solid-state NMR novice. The webinar will showcase how TopSolids combines automated spectrometer adjustments with pre-defined protocols in shortest time.
Furthermore, the webinar will demonstrate different features for protein and non-protein samples focusing again on automated procedures supporting the successful setup of experiments. Overall, the handling of projects and parameters will be highlighted, including parameter import-export options, automated parameter calculations and safety checks.
- Intelligent handling of projects & parameters, incl. importing and exporting (PDF)
- Automated probe setup: assisted magic-angle adjustment, pulse determination, shimming, spectral referencing, quality evaluation of adjustments
- Experiments for protein samples: backbone and distance measurements up to 4Ds, automated processing (≤3D)
- Experiments for non-protein samples: any X nucleus, incl. quadrupolar nuclei, ≤2D experiments ( X, HX CP, HetCor, MQMAS), automated processing
What to expect
The webinar will showcase the ease of use of solid-state NMR when using TopSolids on various examples to highlight how anybody, solid-state NMR expert as well as novice, can set up the hardware and run experiments in a fast and convenient way leading to high quality results with a minimized risk of damage or operating errors.
Who should attend
The webinar is aimed for solid-state NMR experts and novices:
- Solid-state NMR novices
- Non-NMR users with an interest in solid-state NMR
- Solution NMR spectroscopists who consider doing solid-state NMR
- Graduate students who are doing or intend to do solid-state NMR
- Solid-state NMR spectroscopists