This course will be given in 2016-2017
Elective course MSc Chemistry
Theoretical basis of modern Solid State NMR-spectroscopy, non-stationary processes. Introduction into coherent spin dynamics and solid state NMR for materials, and biomolecules. The basis is the density matrix formalism for non-stationary processes in the solid state, and how to manipulate the dynamics in spin space and real space with a spectrometer, exploring the symmetry of the theoretical description. During the course we will perform computer simulations of NMR experiments for gaining hands-on experience, and there is room for the students bringing in their own favorite pulse sequences for analysis.
M. Duer, Introduction to Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy, Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN: 978-1-4051-0914-7
Written exam and participation level during the course