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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
Prereq: None

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.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/spectroscopy/events/iap.html
Contact: Vinnie Russo, 6-014, x3-9774, vrusso@mit.edu
Sponsor: Spectroscopy Lab
Latest update: 11-Jan-2005

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