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Utilizing HFX-style NMR Experiments to Assist in Structure Elucidation of Fluorinated Small Molecules

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  October 22, 2019

  8:00 a.m. PDT, 11:00 a.m. EDT, 16:00 BST, 17:00 CEST

 

Overview

 

Fluorinated molecules have continued to become more and more prominent in pharmaceutical, agricultural, and material science applications. Historically, NMR probes and techniques have been mainly focused on acquiring the spectra of hydrogen and carbon. Fluorine's NMR properties provide the chemist both additional tools as well as additional challenges in regards to complete structure elucidation.

This webinar will explore the way NMR probes have evolved over time, showcase a recent breakthrough in probe technology, and discuss additional experimental methods that have the potential to be useful to anyone who is trying to use NMR to confirm structures where fluorine is present.

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Key Learning Objectives

  • Overview of NMR techniques relevant to small molecule structure elucidation
  • Complexity in NMR spectra arising from the presence of fluorine atoms
  • How HFX experiments can aid in assigning spectra by reducing complexity or enabling additional data to be acquired

Who Should Attend

  • Managers of instrumentation facilities
  • Medicinal chemists
  • Synthetic organic chemists
  • Structure elucidation specialists
  • NMR spectroscopists
 

Speaker

Tim Bergeron
NMR Applications Chemist,
JEOL USA, Inc.
 

Moderator

Linda Wang
Senior Correspondent,
C&EN
 

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