1. Laser Spectroscopy:
Principle of laser operation; Stimulated emission Population inversion, Single level and multi-level laser systems, Properties of laser light and its general and analytical applications; ruby laser, nitrogen laser, dye laser, Use of laser radiation in absorption and fluorescence spectroscopic methods.
2. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy:
Basic principles; Theory, Instrumentation, sample handling, Chemical shifts; Spin-Spin coupling; Factors influencing coupling constant values. Analytical applications of NMR spectroscopy. Interpretation of NMR Spectra.
This course comprises of fundamental and applied aspects of laser spectroscopy and Nuclear Magnetic resonance. properties of laser and its importance is also discussed. different type of lasers is also the part of this course.Nuclear magnetic resonance is the second part of this course. principle, theory and instrumentation and handling is the main focus of this course. the course highlight the application of NMR ,chemical shift and spin-spin coupling. interpretation of spectra is also a part of this course.
Course Learning Outcomes
After the completion of this course, students will develop a strong background in laser spectrocopy and NMR spectroscopy. they learn the use of laser light, their importance and application. from this course students are able to achieve a wide knowledge of instrumentation and application of NMR spectroscopy and they learn the interpretation of NMR spectrum.
instrumentation of NMR
Book Title : spectroscopy
Author : b.K Sharma
Edition : 20
Publisher : KRISHNA PRAKASHAN
Title : Infrared Spectroscopy
Type : Presentation
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