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Hi all,

I've been asked to give a "wet lab" tutorial on NMR -- the audience is a mixture of chemists, biologists, and business folks. Does anyone have any input of experiments that could be instructive (and fun) to show how an NMR works? I'd be grateful for any suggestions.

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asked Jan 06 '12 at 17:13

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Check out: "The fumarase reaction. A nuclear magnetic resonance experiment for biological chemistry students." Easily done in a couple of hours or so (or less).

George J. Kasperek and R. F. Pratt J. Chem. Educ., 1977, 54 (8), p 515


answered Jan 07 '12 at 19:29

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