New liquid-state NMR experiments for more information on your samples, or "not your grandfather's NMR experiments"
Many of the new NMR methodologies often take years to make it to main stream use in the chemistry laboratories. This talk will give an overview of newer methods. A number of the classic experiments used in the NMR lab have been replaced over the years by new ones or simply by improved versions. In both cases better or additional information can be extracted from the data. The talk will also present more recent developments such as Non Uniform Sampling or Pure Shift spectroscopy. Advances in software such as computer assisted structure elucidation, reaction monitoring by NMR and more will also be discussed.