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Do You Run 15N, 19F, and 31P Experiments?

April 23, 2008

As I am closely approaching my one year anniversary of this blog (how time flies!), Arvin’s post entitled, “How Do I Know if my Unknown Contains a Fluorine Atom”,  reminded me an X-nuclei related post from almost a year ago.

In that post I highlighted a best practice document written by Gary Martin for acquiring 15N-1H heteronuclear shift correlation data where he highlights an interesting application for 15N NMR prediction.

If you think that only benefits of a 15N NMR Predictor is for structure verification or validation, Gary is providing you with some additional tips and suggestions.

Check out his document here.

I want to personally thank Gary for his incredible contributions to the NMR community as well as for his guidance, collaboration, and contributions to the ongoing development and growth of ACD/Labs software.


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