Thursday, July 19, 2012
Measuring conditions of 1H NMR
1H NMR was measured with a JEOL FX-90Q (89.56 MHz), a JEOL GX-400 (399.65 MHz), or a JEOL AL-400 (399.65 MHz). The measuring conditions for the most of the spectra were as follows: flip angle of 22.5-30.0 degrees, pulse repetition time of 30s. (More information can be obtain from their website)
Measuring conditions of 13C NMR
13C NMR was measured with a NEVA NV-14 (15.087 MHz), a JEOL FX-90Q (22.530 MHz), a Varian XL-100 (25.160 MHz), a Bruker AC-200 (50.323 MHz), a JEOL FX-200 (50.183 MHz), a JEOL GX-400 (100.535 MHz) or a JEOL AL-400 (100.40 MHz). The measuring conditions for the most of the spectra were as follows: a pulse flip angle of 22.5 - 45 degrees, a pulse repetition time of 4-7 seconds, and a resolution of 0.025-0.045 ppm. (More information can be obtain from their website)
Visit their website for download your standard NMR spectras
Sunday, July 15, 2012
Spectral Database for Organic Compounds SDBS an ideal place to obtain most of standard Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy spectrum for your analysis purposes. It is provide by National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. The FTIR section managed by S.Kinugasa, K.Tanabe and T.Tamura
All the IR spectra were measured and indexed in the website was obtained using a Nicolet 170SX or a JASCO FT/IR-410. The spectral resolution for the Nicolet 170SX was 0.25 cm-1, and the spectral data were stored in the database at intervals of 0.5 cm-1 at 4000-2000 cm-1, and of 0.25 cm-1 at 2000-400 cm-1. On the other hand, the spectral resolution and the interval were 0.5 cm-1 for the JASCO FT/IR-410. Liquid samples were measured with liquid film method, and solid samples were measured by using KBr disc and Nujol paste methods.
You can access the database through this link: Database
Friday, May 18, 2012
Henkel is looking to hire an entry level Chemical Engineer to work as a Field Service Technician in Northern or Central, IL.
Henkel is looking to hire an entry level Chemical Engineer to work as a Field Service Technician in Northern or Central, IL. Will be working with chemical processes, running chemical experiments.
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Thursday, May 3, 2012
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Thursday, April 12, 2012
A Senior Process Engineer – Refining is wanted for Shell Netherlands and wish to have application from applicants with Significant experience in petrochemical and/or refining technology, process design (and the necessary tools) with an academic background in Chemical Engineering.
Dead line is Tuesday 01 May 2012 apply online http://bit.ly/HNO3Bg
Oil + Gas Producer is seeking a plant manager to take Responsibility for managing all aspects of LPG Recovery plant, upstream facilities and pipelines. Minimum twenty (20) years' experience in hydrocarbon processing design and operations, with minimum ten (10) years' experience in Manager-level position with University Degree in Chemical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering ( western education preferred)
Chemical Process Engineer – UOP – A Honeywell company
Need a chemical process engineer for perform and/ or coordinate all aspects of the design of customized process systems. This will entail generating basic heat and material balances, utility balances, specification and sizing of vessels and related components, preparation of process and instrument data sheets, computer simulation studies and development of PFD's and P&ID's. He/she should with a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering with experience in a process or project engineering position involving refining or petrochemical process technology.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
- BS or advanced degree in Chemical Engineering is required.
- Mechanical engineers with significant process engineering /operations experience will be considered.
- Ability to use design tools such as Aspen, MathCad, pneumatic solids flow programs, etc. is desirable.