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Chemistry Bachelor Information
6. Semester
Analytical Chemistry
529-0042-00LStructure Elucidation by NMRW4 credits2GM.‑O. Ebert
AbstractStructure Elucidation of Complex Organic Molecules by NMR
ObjectiveStructure elucidation of complex organic molecules (including peptides, oligosaccharides and oligonucleotides) by advanced 1D and 2D NMR spectroscopy. The emphasis of the course is on the selection of optimal strategies for the solution of a given problem, spectrum interpretation and possible artifacts. Solving and discussing practical case studies/problems demonstrating the individual methods and, in the last third of the course, the combined application of several methods form an important part of the course.
ContentStructure determination by multi-pulse and 2D NMR spectroscopy. Homonuclear and heteronuclear shift correlation through scalar coupling; one and two dimensional methods based on the nuclear Overhauser effect. Choosing the best strategy for a given problem, interpretation and artefacts.
Lecture notesScripts (in English) are distributed in the course
LiteratureT.D.W. Claridge, High Resolution NMR Techniques in Organic Chemistry, Pergamon Press, 1999 (NMR part)
Further reading and citations are listed in the script.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe course language is English.
Required level:
Courses in analytical chemistry of the 2nd year or equivalent.
529-0055-00LMethods of Elemental Analysis Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Belegung nur nach Rücksprache mit Dozent (G. Schwarz) möglich.

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W6 credits4Sto be announced
AbstractSeveral methods of quantitative elemental analysis are characterized systematically in practical work within small groups and a analytical question is answered. The findings are reviewed, compared between groups and teaching material developed.
ObjectiveDeep practical experience and comparison of analytical methods and concepts in self-handled work and review.
ContentElementanalytische Methoden
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