At the end of the course the student will acquire:
1. Knowledge and understanding
- will know and understand the fundamentals and the technical-practical applications of proton nuclear magnetic resonance and carbon.
- will know the instrumentation and the main parts from which it is composed.
- will know the software and command procedures of the NMR instrument.
- will know the main advanced techniques of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.
- knows the safety rules to be followed in an NMR laboratory.
2. Applying knowledge and understanding
- is able to prepare a sample to perform an NMR analysis.
- is able to set the instrument for the optimization of the NMR analysis.
- can apply graphic and computational changes to the resulting spectrum, which are useful for improving resolution and interpretation of the same.
- will be able to apply complex techniques in order to solve problems that may arise in research or work areas.
3. Making judgments
The student is able to integrate the knowledge acquired during the course with that of the physical-organic chemical strand that characterizes the Degree Course in CTF. The student will be able to interpret spectral data useful for solving typical problems in research and research fields. These skills are stimulated and developed during practical laboratory exercises, in which the student will participate in the production and interpretation of spectra phases.
The student will be able to communicate what has been learned clearly and rigorously. The student is stimulated to interpersonal communication typically during classroom lessons.
5. Lifelong learning skills
The student will have developed autonomous learning skills related to NMR spectroscopic techniques through the consultation of databases, bibliographic material and scientific literature available online.