[Question from NMRWiki Q&A forum] Looking for hsqc-based ZZ exchange bruker pulse program
Looking for hsqc-based ZZ exchange bruker pulse program
hi nmrwikier !
Anyone know if the hsqc-based zz exchange pulse prog developed by Farrow et al. (1994) is available on standart bruker pulse prog library and what is its name ?
Many thanks !
[Question from NMRWiki Q&A forum] Bruker Avance pulse sequences - where to find if not in TopSpin?
Bruker Avance pulse sequences - where to find if not in TopSpin?
I used to use Varian Inova systems with BioPack all the time, and now I'm using a Bruker Avance-III system geared for Chemistry, not biology. It's driving me crazy that I can't find the pulse sequences I'm used to using! Right now, I'd like to use a NOESY with WET water suppression, and I can't find one in the default set that came with the software.
Where do I go for relatively simple pulse sequences for Avance systems? I see Bruker pulse sequences for advanced experiments on Ad Bax's site, at NMRFAM, and NMRWiki, but...
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[Question from NMRWiki Q&A forum] What does ph2:r statement do in Bruker pulse programs
What does ph2:r statement do in Bruker pulse programs
Found a following statement in the pulse program called selnogp
p12:sp2:f1 ph2:r What does this do - specifically last bit of the second part - ph2:r the :r?
The first one - I understand shaped pulse at power sp2, shape spnam2 and length p12.
Looks like ph2 is the phase for the shaped pulse - is that right?
BMRB library of Bruker pulse sequences
The following Bruker pulse sequences can be found on BMRB website.
Three-dimensional TOCSY-HSQC 3D experiment
NOESY-HSQC 3D experiment
NMR pulse sequences
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Bruker pulse programs
Ad Bax's pulse sequence library
Ad Bax's note: This library contains recently published pulse sequences that have been tested on our equipment. By downloading, viewing or using any of them you acknowledge our rules as outlined in disclaimer and copyright.
Bruker pulse sequences from Gordon Rule
Gordon Rule note: ALL of these employ gradients for artifact suppression. None are sensitivity enhanced. In all HN experiments the water is suppressed by a watergate-type sequence. In some cases crusher gradients are also used. These sequences have been...