Fundamental knowledge on the reactivity of organic compounds and their identification by mass spectrometry, IR spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance.
Introduction to the management of chemical information and the main tools used.
Basic theoretical and experimental aspects of NMR will be taught. Students will be familarized with modern NMR spectrometers.
This course will be on Electronic Laboratory Notebooks and is aimed at (future) users. Multiple electronic lab notebooks exists. The course will focus on the Cheminfo tools (https://eln.epfl.ch/).
The goal is to give a sound theoretical and practical foundation in NMR for various applications in research. PhD students and post-docs who have followed the course successfully should be able to perform modern multi-dimensional NMR experiments independently.
The goal is to provide students with a complete overview of the principles and key applications of modern mass spectrometry and meet the current practical demand of EPFL researchers to improve structural analsis of molecules. Numerous instrumental aspects of mass spectrometry are described.
(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)
Fundamental knowledge on the identification of organic compounds by mass spectrometry, IR spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance.
The goal of this course is to present the work of organic chemists in the context of the research on biological active drugs.