i like this post (click again to cancel)
1
i dont like this post (click again to cancel) remove favorite mark from this question (click again to restore mark)

Hi guys :

Is there a public database of sample Bruker/Varian NMR spectra ? I want to look at a sample 4D SER file ...

Specifically Im trying to see how Bruker 4D data sets are formatted, but I dont have one. Does anyone know if there is a database of sample spectra anywhere that has such a 4D SER file ?

asked Jul 02 '10 at 07:28

j's gravatar image

j
121


2 Answers:
i like this answer (click again to cancel)
0
i dont like this answer (click again to cancel)

Hi Jay,

BMRB site has some raw data, not sure if they have any 4D sets though. Will update the link tomorrow.

edit: sorry hurried to post, but there appear to be no 4D raw data on BMRB - you might as well ask Scott :).

link

answered Jul 05 '10 at 05:19

Evgeny%20Fadeev's gravatar image

Evgeny Fadeev
5471

updated Jul 07 '10 at 14:41

i like this answer (click again to cancel)
0
i dont like this answer (click again to cancel)

I have a 4D NOESY (13C/15N) collected on a Bruker. Obviously its too big to paste here, if you really want it (the whole Bruker directory with ser, pulseprogram etc) just ask and give me a place to upload it.

S/

link

answered Jul 07 '10 at 07:00

Scott%20Robson's gravatar image

Scott Robson
146

Hey Scott, you can upload it through the wiki, http://nmrwiki.org/wiki/index.php?title=Special:Upload there is a fairly large file size limit. - Evgeny Fadeev (Jul 07 '10 at 07:54)

I'll wait for Jay to ask for it. Maybe he has got a spectrum already. - Scott Robson (Jul 07 '10 at 09:23)

hi scott .... sure can u upload it to the nmrwiki.org site that would be so helpful to me !!!!!!! you can email me at jayunit100 at gmail.com and i will owe u one. - j (Jul 19 '10 at 05:33)

Your answer
Please start posting your answer anonymously - your answer will be saved within the current session and published after you log in or create a new account. Please try to give a good answer, for discussions, please use comments and please do remember to vote (login to vote)
toggle preview

powered by CNPROG