Undergraduate SBASSE students are welcome to spend ten weeks in the NMR Spectrometer Laboratory. Our machine is a 600 MHz NMR spectrometer equipped with direct hydrogen, carbon, phosphorus and heteronculear probes and allows the determination of structure of, mainly organic molecules, ranging from small molecules to complex proteins. The NMR spectrometer is a complex radio. The signal is processed using sophisticated processing routines and is visualized and analyzed using specialized software. Furthermore, the machine is a beautiful illustration of quantum mechanics of warm molecules.
The opportunity therefore is rich and diverse and of wide appeal.
If you are interested in availing this opportunity (we can accommodate two students at a time), please write to Dr. Adil Raees | Email:firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you are interested in this apprenticeship. At the successful completion of this work, which may go up to 6-8 hours a week, apprentices will receive a certificate, can become superusers of the machine training others and will also receive a total scholarship of Rs. 20,000.