These links will download the windows version of the spin NMR simulation program, its operating instructions and a sample input file. (You don't need this if you are going to use interactive input.)
The official outline has been successfully hidden by the registrar's new computer system.
What we are actually doing, is Chapters 1-4 of the text, about as presented, Chapters 6 & 7 in more detail than the text, little of Chapter 5, and almost none of Chapter 8.
Grading will be based on problems sets (10%), mid-term (20%) and final exam (70%).
The following texts are one level more advanced than Harris, and are good for additional information:
A. Abragam, The Principles of Nuclear Magnetism.
C. P. Slichter, Principles of Magnetic Resonance.
R. R. Ernst, G. Bodenhausen & A. Wokaun, Principles of NMR in One and Two Dimensions.
There are lots on NMR materials on the web. Here is a small selection of links:
Web-based NMR Courses
Guillermo Moyna (Mostly lecture slides)
Angel de Dios
Essays on NMR topics
Jim Keeler's pdf's The one on quantum mechanics will be very useful for Chem 863.
C.D. Schaeffer, Jr. & C.H. Yoder
Computer Simulations of NMR Experiments