ACS Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting & Expo




17th - 20th August 2020


Magnetic Resonance

ACS Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting & Expo

Discover Cutting-Edge Science

Access over 6,000 papers, 250+ broadcast sessions, video networking rooms and more during the ACS Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting & Exposition. 

Share & Discover Research

Participate in 250+ Broadcast sessions, live daily kickoffs, interactive poster presentations, and more. Gain access to cutting-edge research with over 6,000 papers presented. 

With so much content on demand, you don’t have to miss a thing! Presentations will be available On Demand* with only a click anywhere in the world from August 17 - August 28, 2020. Attendees will be able to customize schedules and bookmark all presentations they want to view.


Networking is crucial at any meeting. We’re hosting virtual networking events to help you connect and share ideas with your peers from around the world. In addition to robust chat and messaging features, video rooms will be available throughout the meeting for deep dive conversations and social events. 

Virtual Expo

The ACS Expo is going virtual too! Meet and interact with exhibitors, make connections, and discover new technological developments in our industry. 

The ACS Booth will be interactive and full of fun times and useful information. The ACS Store will be fully available for all your chemistry gifting and self-gifting needs!

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Oxford Instruments On-Demand Presentations

James Sagar, Strategic Product Manager

Flowing in hot water - Understanding reaction chemistry on the bench with NMR

Due to its chemical specificity NMR is an excellent tool for understanding reaction chemistry. Previously, the application of NMR in real time monitoring has been limited by the constraints of high field instruments. Benchtop NMR removes many of these constraints by allowing the system to be placed on the bench next to your reaction. In this presentation you will learn about recent developments in benchtop NMR for understanding reaction chemistry in real time. The most important features of benchtop NMR for reaction monitoring will be discussed in the context of a number of applications. These include high resolution and stability to ensure accurate analysis, as well as the ability to collect data over a wide range of temperatures to allow detailed understanding of reaction dynamics and kinetics.

Marcel Lachenmann, Senior Applications Engineer

Adventures in Benchtop NMR: Practical Applications from the Beginnings to Broadband

NMR is one of the most useful, information-rich techniques in chemistry, providing a wealth of structural and quantitative data. Recently, one of the most exciting and rapidly-changing developments in NMR has been the growth in compact, cryogen-free instruments designed to be used on a standard benchtop in a variety of environments, extending the reach of NMR far beyond the traditional high-field facility into standard laboratory settings. Over the past decade, these low-maintenance benchtop FT NMR spectrometers evolved from providing only basic data to being fully capable of complex experiments previously restricted to high-field instruments. This presentation will provide a brief history of Benchtop FT NMR, from the beginnings to the latest developments, including broadband technology. In addition, discussion of several real-world applications, including quantitative measurement, purity analysis, identification of unknown compounds, and structure elucidation will explore the capabilities of these instruments. Through examination of these practical applications, you will learn about the versatility and utility of modern Benchtop FT NMR in R&D, QA/QC, regulatory, and educational settings.

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