MestreLab Workshop

Workshop outlook

Mestrelab is proud to present a focused symposium at the NMRPM meeting.

The purpose will be two-fold:

  • Provide a forum for discussion on the topic of synergistic, simultaneous reaction monitoring using different methods
  • Use of Mnova for NMR and IR data processing and information extraction using arrays of temporal data

Data fusion discussion (13:15 - 14:00)

"Combining 1H NMR, NIR and Raman spectra with statistical and multivariate data analysis for reaction monitoring" - Prof. Martin Jäger, HS Niederrhein

Many practitioners of reaction monitoring work with a single, favoured technique. We know that NMR has notable advantages and disadvantages, whilst vibrational spectroscopy is often used for chemistry at scale. Some authors have shown a clear synergy that can be exploited when multiple spectroscopic and separation methods are used simultaneously during the course of a reaction. There are, however, distinct challenges - operational and with data reduction. We plan to discuss these and welcome your input.

This discussion will be led by Dr. Michael Maiwald (BAM). The 45 min session will start with a brief presentation where the benefits and problems are stated.

An open discussion will follow.

Mnova software demonstration and tips (14:00 - 16:15)

This section is of special interest to those who use NMR and vibrational spectroscopy to monitor chemical reactions. We will explain and demonstrate Mnova functionality:

  • Data import and instrument automation
  • Processing methods
  • Extraction of key features
  • Construction of c-t and related plots

 

The workshop is for free.

Please register by writing an email with the subject "MNOVA workshop" to: nmrpm[at]mv.uni-kl.de. 
Further information: http://mestrelab.com/software/mnova/nmr/