Structural Elucidation of An Unknown Compound
High resolution mass spectroscopy (HRMS) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) are both powerful ways to identify the structure of an unknown molecule. They are widely used in determining natural products and other newly synthesized molecules. In this thesis, several types of NMR spectra and a HRMS data of an unknown molecule were provided, and based on those data, the complete structure of this molecule was identified.
Zax, David B.
Davis, Harry Floyd
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
M.S., Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Master of Science
dissertation or thesis