Errr I think mint sauce would count as a liquid.....
To answer the NMR questions
NMR prep to me is expressing/purifying/concentrating protein and took most of my PhD
If the job is in NMR it can't be good
it feels cool controlling £0.5million of magnet though....
Where is this advert to settle this?!
I'm not a chemist, protein prep is molecular biology and we teach the chemists what to do.
However...thinking again, NMR sample prep could equally mean finding the buffer conditions etc. of a protein sample supplied to the lab like H said.
I don't know much about the actual spectra either H, it's a subject in itself.....
Mental note to self: don't mention NMR, it is crap and DULL!
It's also too early in the morning-and why am I arguing this I don't actually care???!!!
Deep breaths, cc, calming down. No more NMR talk from now on, cc can't cope with it...I just have to say you are a brave person undertaking a PhD involving NMR, every time I hear someone mention it, I try to concentrate to learn something, but my eyes glaze over and I start to think about what I am going to cook for dinner instead.
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