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Contact Info
A Personal Page with Current updates and Link to Contact Info

This HOMEPAGE enlists links for events
from 1998 to 2009, on the left-green pane

Profile & ebook links

For webpage with hotlinks to e-books :Click HERE

hot link to::------>  A REPOSITORY

http://aravamudhan-s.ucoz.com/            http://saravamudhan.tripod.com/copy/             http://nehuacin.tripod.com/copy/


Copy of final draft of manuscript of Paper and  a pdf copy of the Paper
Published in Indian Journal of Physics,Vol.79(9), p 985-989 (2005)
CMDAYS 2011, Gauhati University, Aug 24-26,2011

WMBS-I at NEHU , Shillong, 2010  http://www.ugc-inno-nehu.com/wmbs-I-nehu/
WMBS-II at MZU , Aizawl, 2012  http://www.ugc-inno-nehu.com/wmbs-II-mzu/

events-2012.html      events-2013.html      Full Paper for the ICETCS2013 Proceedings Volume:- icetcs2013-fp-sa.pdf
  event-2014 Delegate at 101st ISCA session
events-2015.html      events-2016.html      events-2017.html     
Scope of Teaching & Research
     events-2018.html      events-2019.html      Events Notice for participation in IUPAC2019, PARIS    events-2020.html

For most recent and updated version of the information in this table, Kindly click on the link: - latest information

Contents above added on June 10, 2020

Jump to FTNMR SIMULATOR    Jump to SDBS Spectral Database

Video Lectures by Prof. Aravamudhan

A copy with some of these page contents are at URL:

BRUKER WEBINAR DOCUMEMTATION  list of all the webinars appears following the table below
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The Recording of the telecast are provided for offline viewing
Bruker Webex might have to be installed for which instructions appear on clicking the link to prepare the system to playback the recordings

From: Bruker Corporation (news@bruker-news.com)
Sent: 16 July 2014 12:30PM
To: Sankarampadi ARAVAMUDHAN (saravamudhan@hotmail.com)

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Dear Sankarampadi,

This is a reminder that you have enrolled in the following WebEx web seminar. Here is the information you need to attend this event:
Topic: Simplifying your Daily NMR Tasks � from Data Acquisition to Results - Session 1
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From: Bruker Corporation (news@bruker-news.com)
Sent: 17 July 2014 16:19PM
To: Sankarampadi ARAVAMUDHAN (saravamudhan@hotmail.com)

Dear Sankarampadi,

Thank you for attending our NMR Webinar on July 16, Simplifying your Daily NMR Tasks � from Data Acquisition to Results

Both the recording and webinar slides are available online for you to view at your convenience. Click the links below:

Webinar Recording session 1

Webinar Recording session 2

Download a PDF copy of the slides

The presenters will be in touch with you individually in response to those questions that they did not have time for during the Q&A session. Feel free to contact them if you need any further or more urgent information:

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Tel: (+41) (44) 825 9111

Dr. Sandra Groscurth
Senior NMR Scientist
Bruker BioSpin AG
F�llanden, Switzerland
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Thank you for your interest in our NMR Solutions and don't forget to check regularly for upcoming live Webinars on our website.

We look forward to seeing you online soon!

Bruker Webinar Team

Attended Webinars on
Oct.1 and Oct. 2, 2014


The Bruker Webinars are listed out in   nmr webinars
The Bruker Webinar Session on EACH specified TOPIC is of 45 minutes duration
and consists of 2 presentations (recording sessions)
July 16, 2014
October 1st, 2014
October 2nd, 2014
March 18th, 2015
May 5th, 2015
Simplifying your Daily NMR Tasks � from Data Acquisition to Results
Detecting Adulteration using NMR: Dietary Supplements
Competitive Intelligence Through NMR Spectroscopy: Detergents and Polymers.
Chemical Reaction Monitoring with Easy On-The-Fly NMR Spectroscopy.
Achieving Dietary Supplements and Natural Health Products: High Standards with NMR

C&E News Webinar: Integrating Spectral Analysis into Academic Research & Teaching

In the video at the TOP PAGE http://www.ugc-inno-nehu.com, which is on E-Learning, it was pointed out how information Science could lead to a new discipline of study called BIOINFORMATICS as a result of the advances in Information Technology. The principle being the generation of databases and its retrieval method for searching out the syatm biology network info in terms of the proteomics and geneomics.Actually the informatics has enabled he generation of databases pertaining to spectroscopy for structure analysis and the software uses are explained in the C&E News Webinar"Integrating Spectral Analysis into Academic Research & Teaching". The Webinar recording is available for replay at this YOUTUBE link: >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8yFyOwOLL4&feature=youtu.be

S.Aravamudhan, 18th June 2015

A lilting dance music "Meet me in St. Louise"; Audio track Captured from the TV telecast of the movie "Meet me in St. Louise" in the TCM (Turner Classic Movies)Channel......Added on Jan.03, 2009; Shillong

The above musical audio track is of 2 MB size and of durtaion 1min 07 secs. This page also has a video file to load from internet.
This being a huge video file, if it is loading, then the internet transfer not be smooth for the audio file to stream in smoothly.
Set the audio track to "off" position in the VIDEO below;
if the loading of the music file above should have the priority set the VIDEO loading also to "off" state.

A Webpage with Links gathered by Dr.S.Aravamudhan
For References at Sophisticated Analytical Instruments Facility, S.A.I.F., North Eastern Hill University, Shillong

This page has been linked to the the Navigation Bar at the    WEBPAGE for the CSIR Scheme of Dr. Aravamudhan

 CLICK HERE to display http://www.youtube.com/aram1121944/ and find elearning materials on NMR
As above, Video Teaching shows on the Introductory NMR and MRI

A Video Movie on PULSED FT NMR

This is a Video Movie made by converting from a MS PowerPoint presentation file
consisting of 13 slides in total. The follwing is the description of the contents of the
Original Powerpoint Prsentation file:


The slides are all timed for automatic transition; and, each slide consists of animation features all with automatic timings from beginning to the end of the slide. At some points the time required to view would depend upon the viewer and at such points viewer intervention to make a mouse click would be required appropriately when the 'Click' instruction flashes. The subject matter dealt with in the presentation is 'How to Obtain FT NMR Spectrum'. Thus a description of the requirements for the FT NMR Spectrometer and basic principles of the features and its functioning are included. These contents are useful for a review after a full length lecture on the 'FT NMR spectrometer';. The contents are so organized that no oral explanations would be required during the viewing. Hence no audio track with oral explanations is included. The file size is 1.05 MB user : saravamudhan at the http://www.nmrwiki.org......Dr.S.Aravamudhan

This video file is about 96MB Size and may require several hours to load,
depending on the internet connection bandwidth specifcations

Download the Media Player Video file from URL: PULSEDFTNMR.WMV

Read  HERE about Terranova-MRI: Earth's Field MRI & NMR teaching system.
MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

File HERE  Download to Install FTNMR Simulator

 Link above to display a webpage for "PC Software (NMR, IR, etc.)" with downloadable, developed-"programs/installation notes/documentation" http://www.hbell.chem.vt.edu/simulation/hb2/TESTPAGE.htm

 Link above to display a webpage for "PC Software (NMR, IR, etc.)" with downloadable, developed-"programs/installation notes/documentation"

From the above list of soft wares "FTNMRSimulator" was used to obtain the example depicted below

File HERE   Download to Install FTNMR Simulator

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Jump to links for MASS Spectroscopy            Jump to links for NMR Spectroscopy

Links Gathered for the context of NMR Spectroscopy          Jump to links for MASS Spectroscopy

Note the Access problem "SDBS"

An Introductory Elementary Article by
DR. S. ARAVAMUDHAN, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong on
"NMR as a TOOL for Structure Determination"

Earth's Field MRI teaching system

A course on: UNDERSTANDING NMR: James Keeler
Info to BUY THIS BOOK (with exercises and solutions) on UNDERSTANDING NMR: James Keeler  at this link

The Powerpoint Presentation Files (author:Dr.S.Aravamudhan,N.E.H.U., Shillong);
Linked below(downloadable); can also be found at:


This is a link to a presentation file with 4 slides, for a total of about 4minutes. Consists of introductory description of a Spin and Angular meomentum of atomic nucleus, and the interaction of the associiated nuclear Magnetic moment with external magnetic field and its consequences to Nuclear MagneticResonance.
A presentation file of 5 Slides, could be of 5 minutes duration. Consists of a depiction of a precession of a nuclear Spin in the external magnetic field, certain values for resonance frequency, and the consequence of the prersence of an ensemble of nuclei in the samples of study.
A file with 6 slides; 10 minutes; The build up magnetization in spin ensembles; the Longitudinal Relaxation Time; The transverse relaxation time and the Decay of magnetization in the transverse plane.
A file with 5 slides. Depiction of the basic principles of the NMR detection and the NMR spetcrum.
A file with 13 Slides. The instrumentation aspects related to the NMR spectrometer.
A file with 4 Slides.A descrition of the competing Transition Rates; The E.M. (electro magnetic radiation) Induced Transition Rates, and the Spontaneous Relaxation Transition Rates. Experimental control of the Induced Transition Rates and the consequent Continuous Wave methods and the Pulsed Methods of NMR detection.
A file with 4 Slides. ON the Foureir Transform NMR Procedure.
A file with 4 slides; description of features of FT NMR spectra.
A movie file of 5 minutes in the movie format wmv for windows media player; 28 MB size. With a schematic descrition of the FT NMR procedural steps to obtain NMR Spectrum.
4 Slides; To familiarize with the terms used in Magnetism and the descriptions.
A file with 5 Slides; ON "PULSED NMR" technique; a recapitulative introduction for the next series/ OR/a summary of the above series of presentation. ideally suited for use in a one hour lecture slot.
A single slide enlisting of the URLs of the WEB PAGES built by Dr.S.Aravamudhan
A file of only one slide. ON the Substituent effect(benzene)on the aromatic protons elucidated by NMR Chemical shifts of substituted benzene.

In some of the powerpoint presentation files, I have tried to illustrate some of the concepts and principles of SCHOOL Level Physics, for the reason that, whne the Magnetic Resonance subject is being covered in the classroom, it becomes necessary to refresh the students with the fundamentals of this nature, since these would have been studied in the 10-12 standard class levels by Students of M.Sc.,(M.Sc., Chemistry). These materials find on line animation lessons currently at the  http://classontheweb.com/ website to which the Registration is cost-free. The aspirants can immenselybenefit by viewing these animation features by searching for them with appropriate keyword at this website. Similar lessons (lecture demonstrations of 2-5 minutes)have been embedded at the website  :http://www.cec-lor.edu.in/search.asp. This page can be displayed also from the UGC WEBSITE   and further clicking on the link-button (icon) UGC-CEC. These lecture demonstrations are available as  Learning Objects Repository; L.O.R.

The power point presentations above cover the descriptions of NMR Phenomena well ilustrated by animated features, as this subject is covered in the first two chapters of the book by Dr.Pascal,"NMR Primer: An HSQC-Based Approach (with vector animations) published by IMPUBLICATIONS. The details about this book are described at this link: http://www.impublications.com/nmrprimer/

link to display ebook on NMR for applications to Food Science, Pharmaceuticals, Forensic Science and PULSE FIELD GRDIENT Methods: Find below the ebook embedded

Find below a ebook sample pages (1-10) of a volume containing the article"NMR of Amino acids"

Link below is to a Web Page Built by Dr.Aravamudhan on his participation in National Workshop on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Image and link below is that of Biological Magnetic Resonance Data Bank-B.M.R.B.
CLICK on image to display the webpage on Biological Magnetic Resaonance Data Base
The Information about BMRB at Wisconsin University was acquired during the participation in the ICMRBS2005 at Hydrabad, India.

Links Gathered for the context of MASS Spectra of Biomolecules;          Jump to links for NMR Spectroscopy
chemguide Helping you to understand Chemistry

THE MASS SPECTROMETER  How a mass spectrometer works:The basic principle

MASS SPECTROMETRY MENU  Understanding Chemistry


Spectral DATA BASE MASS Spectra, 1H & 13C NMR, ESR, IR, RAMAN

Mass measurements of biological molecules What can you expect from mass measurements of biological molecules?

Scripps Centre for MASS Spectrometry


An E-BOOK embedded in this page: By "Google Search" at the INTERNET
This e-book has sveral pages: about 500pages and requires a good high speed internet connection to load quickly and conveneiently to use

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