G. R. Harrison Spectroscopy Laboratory: Four "Whys" in Multidimensional Spectroscopy
Michael S. Feld
Wed Jan 19, 09-11:30am, 34-401A
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Single session event
This symposium will explore the basis for coherent multidimensional spectroscopy.
John Waugh, MIT Professor Emeritus
Multidimensional Spectroscopy — Why it started with NMR and (mostly) stays there.
Robert Griffin, MIT Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory
Multidimensional NMR in rotating solids — Why high resolution?
Joseph Loparo, MIT Department of Chemistry
Two-dimensional IR spectroscopy: Observing coherent vibrations and hydrogen bond dynamics in water — Why two dimensions are better than one.
Keith Nelson, MIT Department of Chemistry
Multidimensional Spectroscopy — Why it is moving to the optical regime and has a glowing future there.
Contact: Vinnie Russo, 6-014, x3-9774, email@example.com
Sponsor: Spectroscopy Lab
Latest update: 11-Jan-2005