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September 2013: Graduate student Brennan Walder, presented his research at the Alpine Solid-State NMR Conference in Chamonix, France.
August 2013: Graduate researcher, Kevin Sanders, successfully defended his M.S. research thesis
July 2013: Article in print, J. Chem. Phys., 138 , 174203-1-12 (2013)
Sideband Separation Experiments in NMR with Phase Incremented Echo Train Acquisition,
Brennan J. Walder, Krishna K. Dey, Derrick C. Kaseman, Jay H. Baltisberger, and Philip J. Grandinetti
April 2013: Graduate student Kevin Sanders, and former visiting professor Jay Baltisberger and Berea undergraduate Pyae Phyo, presented their research in posters at the Experimental NMR Conference in Asilomar, CA.
January 2013: Download the tutorial lecture on Coherence Pathway Selection presented at the NMR Winter School in Stowe, Vermont.
Material on this site is based, in part, on work supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation under Grants NSF-CHE 1012175, NSF-CHE 0616881, NSF CHE-0432714, NSF CHE-0111109, NSF CHE-9807498, and CHE-9501827. Opinions, findings and conclusions or recomendations expressed in this material do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).
This site is not affiliated with The Ohio State University, and all opinions are those of the author, Philip J. Grandinetti.
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