Basic Steps in Magnetic Resonance

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  • Have you ever wondered how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) works?
  • Do you know how one can determine three-dimensional structures of proteins without crystallization?
  • How can chemists know for sure if they succeeded in synthesizing the desired molecules?
  • How can you figure out the structure of a freshly discovered natural product extracted from plants or algae?
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Daniela Mena

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3 years, 7 months ago
I would like to take this course because I find it very interesting but why the course is only in english? I need it in spanish :(
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Ken K

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3 years, 7 months ago
I could not find the book 'Nuclear Magnetic Resonance' by Peter Hall as mention in the trailer and hoping to get it before the course. Sorry for putting this in a 'review' but I could see no other way to send a message. thanks
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juan jose rosales hurtado

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3 years, 7 months ago
the course looks very promising and is a topic of spectroscopy I do not know, I desire to apply this knowledge in my professional training and find contacts or possibilities continue my doctoral studies abroad, especially Europe. in my country currently it has no conditions for scientific research and development, and the formation of fourth academic level by economic constraints and mismanagement of our government
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