Last 16st July 2015 I defended my PhD Thesis entitled: Development and application of modern pure shift NMR techniques and improved HSQC/HSQMBC experiments.
The present doctoral thesis is framed within the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy field, more specifically in the design of modern NMR methodologies. The research work carried out is focused on the design and application of new and modern NMR methodologies (i) to perform efficient broadband 1H homodecoupling in 1D/2D NMR experiments and (ii) to accurately determine homo- and heteronuclear coupling constants in isotropic and anisotropic conditions through improved HSQC and HSQMBC-type experiments. The thesis is presented as a compendium ten (10) publications that have been published in several peer-reviewed international scientific journals as original research papers. Continue reading PhD Thesis: Development and application of modern pure shift NMR techniques and improved HSQC and HSQMBC experiments
Development and application of modern pure shift NMR techniques and improved HSQC/HSQMBC experiments
In the following links one can find Data Set Examples of each Publication presented in the Thesis Work, as well as the corresponding Pulse Program Code for Bruker. All 2D spectra have been previously phased and 2ii, 2ir, and 2ri files removed, otherwise data sets would be too big. Continue reading PhD Thesis by Laura Castañar: Pulse Programs and Data Set Examples
“Suppresión of phase and amplitude JHH modulations in HSQC experiments” by Laura Castañar, Eduard Sistaré, Albert Virgili, Robert Thomas Williamson and Teodor Parella. Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 2014 , 53:115-119. DOI: 10.1002/mrc.4149
The amplitude and the phase of cross peaks in conventional 2D HSQC experiments are modulated by both proton–proton, JHH, and proton–carbon, 1JCH, coupling constants. It is shown by spectral simulation and experimentally that JHH interferences are suppressed in a novel perfect-HSQC pulse scheme that incorporates perfect-echo INEPT periods. Continue reading Perfect-HSQC experiments: pure in-phase spectra