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View Resource Mass Spectrometry Primer

This website developed by Waters Corporation provides a brief primer on mass spectrometry which includes information on instrumentation, a discussion of mass accuracy, resolution, and LC-MS. As such the site should be a valuable resource for both students and faculty.

View Resource Spectroscopy

This site describes the theory and practice of IR and NMR spectroscopy for classroom and laboratory instruction. Although it is written for a course at the University of Colorado, Boulder, this site is appropriate for anyone doing analytical measurements with infrared or NMR.

View Resource Reverse Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography Basics for LC/MS

This site provides a tutorial on practical reverse phase chromatography for LC-MS. Focusing on peptide and protein analysis, Andrew Guzzetta offers appropriate tips on mobile phase gradients, preparing your reversed-phase HPLC column for the first run of the day, and taking care of your column after the day's separations are complete. The site also provides a representative list of web-based...

View Resource NMR tutorial

This site provides an entry-level introduction to NMR in a text and figures format. The site also contains example structure elucidation problems using NMR, IR and MS data complete with hints and answers. Although the molecules included are somewhat simple, the examples do a good job of illustrating the structure elucidation process. The site also has data for several more complex structure...

View Resource Quantitative NMR

This site features a learning module focused on principles and practice of NMR for quantitative analysis, an application less commonly associated with the technique than is structure determination. Links to simulation packages are included.

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