Spectroscopy: IR, NMR, Mass Spec

Spectroscopy in Organic Chemistry IR NMR MASS SPECIntroduction my brand new video series covering the basic concepts in spectroscopy that you will likely come across in your organic chemistry studies. The videos below will take you through the basic concepts, followed by a step-by-step breakdown of how to solve individual problems, with examples, for NMR, IR, and Mass Spectroscopy

 

 

Introduction To Spectroscopy

Introduction to spectroscopy for your standard organic chemistry course with a quick overview of what to expect for the following: NMR – Nuclear Magnetic Resonance IR – Infrared Spectroscopy Mass Spec or Mass Spectroscopy

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How To Analyze NMR Peaks

This video takes you through the four key aspects you need to understand when interpreting the peaks of an H-NMR graph – Number and type of unique hydrogen – splitting of peaks – hydrogen neighbors – chemical shifts

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Proton NMR Part 2 – Analyze Peaks With An Example

This is part 2 in the H-NMR Analysis showing you how to apply the rules learned in part 1 to a simple example

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Proton NMR Example – Matching Molecules To A Graph

How to match a molecule to an NMR graph by predicting what the graph will look like based on hydrogen type analysis followed by comparing to the given spectroscopy graph

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Proton NMR Example (continued)

Part 2 of How to match a molecule to an NMR graph by predicting what the graph will look like based on hydrogen type analysis followed by comparing to the given spectroscopy graph.

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