- ECTS credits
- Teaching semesters
- Course code
- Number of semesters
Objectives and Content
After completing the course KJEM351 the student will have following learning outcomes:
- can define and explain the relevant terms and models used in basic NMR theory
- can update their knowledge in NMR
- can analyze and understand NMR pulse sequences using basic NMR theory
- masters relevant academic tools and techniques in data recording and interpretation of NMR spectra
- can acuire fundamental 1-and 2-dimensional experiments on a modern NMR spectrometer
- can process and interpret 1-and 2-dimentional NMR spectra of organic compounds
- has knowledge of how programming can make data acquisition and -analysis of NMR data more efficient.
Level of Study
Semester of Instruction
Recommended Previous Knowledge
Credit Reduction due to Course Overlap
Teaching and learning methods
Teaching is given as lectures, laboratory course and colloquium.
Lectures: 2h/week for 13 weeks
Laboratory course: 2h7week for 10 weeks
colloquium/lab preparation: 2h/week for 13 weeks
Compulsory Assignments and Attendance
Mandatory atendance to laboratory course, including lab preparation lecture and basic lab journal (valid for five following semesteres). Compulsory work must be submitted within the given deadlines for the course. Approval of the compulsory work is necessary to get admittance to the written exam.
Compulsory HSE II-course for master students must be passed in order to be admitted to KJEM351. The HSE II-course is arranged in the beginning of the semester at Department of Chemistry.
Forms of Assessment
Assessment based on
Written examination (4h). Laboratory course accounts for 20% of the final grade).
Supplementary exam regulations:
- for students with approved laboratory course prior to 2022, the final exam constitute 100 % of the grade