The North Jersey ACS NMR Topical Group is pleased to present its September meeting in-person, Thurs, September 29, 2022, 6:00 pm
“Making the Most of the D1 Delay”
Speaker: Nicole Kruse, Bruker BioSpin
Date: Thursday September 29th
Time: 6:00 pm ET – Dinner
7:00 pm ET – Seminar
Place: In-person @ Rutgers University
Tillet Hall, Room 226
Join us as we resume our in-person meetings with Bruker Night! Come join your fellow NMR enthusiasts for an evening of fellowship and science! It has been a long time since we have been able to meet in person, and we are looking forward to seeing everyone face to face again. Bruker will be sponsoring a dinner to begin at 6:00 PM ET, followed by a seminar from Nicole Kruse (Bruker BioSpin); see abstract below. The dinner and seminar will take place at Rutgers University in Tillet Hall Room 226, on the Livingston campus. Please park in Lot 101 (Google Maps Plus Code for directions: GHC7+QJ Piscataway, New Jersey). Please reach out to Jonathan Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tom Osborn Popp (email@example.com) with any questions. Please help spread the word to your colleagues, and we look forward to seeing you there!
Summer is over, but that doesn’t mean we have to constantly be working. This is especially true in NMR, where that D1 delay is critical for our spins to relax back to equilibrium prior to collecting data again. This talk will cover a few different ways of determining T1 to optimize that delay. And then take a closer look at the various NOAH experiments that aim to get the most information out of that single delay.
This seminar is free of charge and sponsored by
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