The North Jersey ACS NMR Topical Group is pleased to present its January meeting online, Thurs, January 20, 7:00 pm 

Featured Presentation

Dr Tom Popp

Seminar details:

Date: Thursday January 20th 7:00 pm ET

Speaker: Dr. Tom Popp
NMR Topical Group Co-Chair 2022
Rutgers University
Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Title: “Development of NMR Instrumentation to Study Complex Materials”

Flyer: [ 2022-01-20-NMR-flyer.pdf ]


Many functional inorganic and biological materials are also highly complex in structure and composition on length scales of nanometers or greater. Solid state NMR is particularly well-suited to study these materials, due to its ability to observe local structure and site-specific dynamics. In this talk, I will share how solid-state NMR can be used to reveal new details about complex materials ranging from crystalline, porous metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) to arthropod silk and bacterial biomass. I will also describe new developments in solid state NMR instrumentation, including a new paradigm for magic-angle spinning (MAS) experiments: spherical MAS rotors.

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