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January 08, 2008

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ChemSpiderMan

So how do you feel about that definition of what NMR is?

"By measuring the rate of spin in its magnetic field, the NMR deciphers the molecular structure of tiny samples. It can distinguish orange juice that's naturally sweet from juice sweetened with sugar, because the sugar molecules differ."

Ryan

Other than being a poor, inaccurate, and oversimplified attempt...I think it's great :)

and we certainly wouldn't need software if the NMR could do all the deciphering for us either!

lighthousephoto

Ahhhhh yes... "By measuring the rate of spin in its magnetic field, the NMR deciphers the molecular structure of tiny samples. It can distinguish orange juice that's naturally sweet from juice sweetened with sugar, because the sugar molecules differ."

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay over simplified and inaccurate to say the very least!

Sangam Subedi

how can you help, if we want

Sangam Subedi

help me in determining structure if i require, please

Ryan

Hi Sangam,

If you are looking for software that can help you in solving an unknown structure, ACD/Structure Elucidator may be able to help.

The best way to evaluate it's performance is to take the elucidator challenge which requires you submitting you data to us and we will provide you with the results of the elucidation.

For more information, go to:

http://www.acdlabs.com/feedback/chaleluc.html

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