The following are some resources that may help you with your scientific writing. Scientific writing can be a challenge even for native writers, so don’t despair. Practice makes perfect and you have to write to learn to write. If you have to write a report, please use a template and submit your report with double line spacing for easier correction. I propose the template from JACS for MS Word or Latex. To master structure and style, please refer to the relevant Style Guides. Here is a short 1-page cheat sheet […]
The introduction slides for the lab course can be found on the UNIST Blackboard system. Vibrational absorption frequencies for common chemical groups are listed in the IR_correlation_table. Relevant vibrational Raman reference spectra  are summarized in this document: Literature Raman spectra. You can ask questions to the teaching assistants 인호 (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Begum Ozer (email@example.com).  SDBSWeb : http://sdbs.db.aist.go.jp (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Aug. 9, 2016)
This is history! By fiddling around with the Klinger motion controller we brought over from the laboratory in Berlin, I figuered out that it is quite a challange to run and control it with our measurement computers.
Observing rotational coherences in time allows you to determine rotational constants of molecules with high accuracy. But what does high accuracy mean? Indeed, you can only be as accurate as the measurement you performed. If your measurement is sensitive to enviromental conditions, you have to also measure these conditions precisely.
This is amazing! Within one year 6600 visitors visited our page. Assuming that 85% are bots, the number of human visitors still sums up to around 1000 people that are interested in what we are doing. 🙂 In order to keep you up to date, we are still struggling with our Coherent® LIBRA systems. 🙁
Isn’t it annoying, you are running a turbo molecular pump worth thousand of dollars and it fails to operate!? In our lab we use several TMH/TMU 1600 C pumps, two of them controlled by the (more or less) modern DC 600 controller unit. Exactly this unit showed us an error message, namely Error 026. Here is how we fixed it.