Webinar

Cut Processing Time and Get Quality Answers from Your NMR Data

December 13, 2017, 10:30 EST | 3:30 GMT | 4:30 CET

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NMR spectroscopy is used to help verify the structure of molecules so that a project can either progress, or further investigation ensue. The faster the data can be processed and analyzed, the sooner the scientists get answers from their NMR experiments and work can progress.

Join us in this short webinar as we show you the fastest peak picking and assignment workflow in the industry that not only helps you get answers from your data quickly, but also instills confidence in your interpretation.

Intended Audience

  • NMR spectroscopists
  • Analytical Lab Managers
  • Scientists responsible for full structure characterization
  • Scientists interested in NMR processing and data management tools

Learning Objectives

In this webinar you will see how ACD/Labs NMR software enables you to:

  • Process and analyze 1D and 2D NMR data, for small molecule and biomolecules, away from the instrument
  • Streamline the analysis of related NMR experiments—1H, 13C, HMBC, HSQC, COSY, etc., for one sample
  • Verify structure-spectrum correspondence
  • Create comprehensive reports
  • Easily manage and share knowledge

Presented By

Arvin Moser
Arvin Moser (Senior Application Scientist) holds an M.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Ottawa and a B.Sc. in Biochemistry at York University. Arvin's technical expertise includes solution and solid state NMR, MS, UV/vis, IR, TGA and DSC for small molecules and clays. He has co-authored more than twenty scientific papers.

Working at ACD/Labs for over 15 years, his daily work includes consulting with scientists and their organizations to apply ACD/Labs' software in their R&D, and hands-on projects to solve complex problems for customers. Arvin also contributes to the science blog 'Philosophy to Chemistry to Elucidation' and has a passion for deriving answers from NMR and MS data.
Dimitris Argyropoulos
Dr. Dimitris Argyropoulos (NMR Business Manager) was born in London, UK and obtained his PhD from the University of Athens, Greece. After a short stint at the Military Centre for Biological Research in Athens he moved to Varian Inc., in Darmstadt, Germany as an NMR Applications Chemist. In 2007 he accepted the position of NMR Applications Laboratory Manager for the new NMR Applications Lab of Varian in Oxford, UK. He remained in Oxford after Agilent purchased Varian, with added responsibilities in the FTMS, MRI and LC-MS laboratories. Since 2015 he has been working for ACD/Labs as an Application Scientist and, for the past year, as an NMR Business Manager. Dr. Argyropoulos has extensive experience in structure determination and characterisation of small molecules using NMR spectroscopy and MS, as well as NMR investigation of biomolecules and materials. He has participated in numerous conferences over the years presenting about new software and hardware techniques used for structure elucidation.