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  • ECTS credits10
  • Teaching semesterAutumn
  • Course codeKJEM351
  • Number of semesters1
  • LanguageEnglish
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Teaching semester

Autumn (limited capacity). Master students have priority.

Objectives and Content

This course gives a simple introduction to basic NMR theory, a thorough introduction to practical modern pulse/FT NMR spectroscopy for liquids. Experimental set-up and accomplishment of a series of 1- and 2-dimensional experiments will be covered in exercises in a modern NMR laboratory. For the 2-dimensional NMR experiments, homonuclear and heteronuclear scalar couplings or homonuclear dipolar couplings will be used. The theory of some of the corresponding pulse sequences will also be illustrated.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the course KJEM251 the student will be able to:

  • define and explain the relevant terms and models used in basic NMR theory
  • analyze NMR pulse sequences using this basic NMR theory
  • execute basic 1-and 2-dimentional proton and carbon experiments on a standard NMR spectrometer
  • interpret 1- and 2-dimentional NMR spectra from simple organic compounds

Recommended Previous Knowledge

KJEM230 Analytic organic chemistry. Some knowledge in quantum mechanics is useful.

Credit Reduction due to Course Overlap

K304: 10 stp

Compulsory Assignments and Attendance

Compulsory information meeting in the beginning of the semester. Attendance to five of in total seven colloquium.

Laboratory course. Compulsory work are 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

Written examination (4h). In case 4 or less candidates are registered, the examination may be oral.

Examination Support Material

Non- programmable calculator, according to model listed in faculty regulations

Grading Scale

The grading scale used is A to F. Grade A is the highest passing grade in the grading scale, grade F is a fail.


Exam information

  • For written exams, please note that the start time may change from 09:00 to 15:00 or vice versa until 14 days prior to the exam.

  • Type of assessment: Written examination

    22.02.2022, 09:00
    4 hours
    Withdrawal deadline
    Examination system
    Digital exam
  • Type of assessment: Oral examination

    Withdrawal deadline