Educational curricula trends are shifting towards hands-on, guided-inquiry approaches that help students obtain meaningful learning. Even though NMR spectroscopy is the most commonly used characterization technique in inorganic and organic chemical research, it is usually the least available to undergraduate students due to limited accessibility of traditional, high-field NMR spectrometers.
There's an instrument for you whether you're looking for:
- 1H NMR only
- 1H and 13C NMR spectroscopy
- Heteronuclei (e.g.,11B, 19F, 31P, etc.)
- 2D experiments
- Ability to alter or program your own pulse sequences
Looking for experiments? Want to see how benchtop NMR can be incorporated into academic teaching?
Learn what educators who use the NMReady in their undergraduate curriculum have to say about it.