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Welcome to the web site for 59-445/542 NMR Spectroscopy in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of Windsor.

Course News

Instructor Information


Professor Rob Schurko
389 Essex Hall
http://www.uwindsor.ca/schurko

Contact Dr. Schurko

All consultations with students are by appointment. Please email me, and I will work around your schedule to see you as soon as possible.

NMR @ UWindsor


This course will be offered again in Fall 2016.
59-542 NMR Spectroscopy (grad students)
59-445 Special topics in physical chemistry (undergraduates)

  • There is no textbook for this course, notes will be provided.
  • I am happy to sign you into the course if you are around campus, please bring an add/drop form.
  • If you would like access to the notes to see what the course is about, or would like to chat about this with me, please contact me.
  • Lecture and exam times will be scheduled to work around the schedules of the students in the course.

Course Description


Theory and applications of NMR in chemical problems, including the origin of the NMR phenomenon, Fourier transforms and spectral processing, spectrometer hardware, pulse sequences, NMR interactions, relaxation and chemical exchange, double-resonance experiments and two-dimensional NMR. (3 lecture hours a week). (Recommended prerequisites: please inquire).

Course Time Slot Information


Lectures: TBA
Tutorials: TBA (Scheduled with students)
Assignments: Problems are assigned with lectures
Mid-term and Final exam: TBA (Scheduled with students)