Tutor profile: Genevieve H.
Subject: Organic Chemistry
How do I follow a step by step process to determine a molecular structure from a C13 NMR spectrum?
The process of deciphering NMR spectra is confusing and often open ended. I have come up with a set of standardized steps that will get you through any C13 NMR problem if you follow them in order. I also have many different ways to explain the complicated concepts involved in NMR, for different types of learners and learning styles.
How do I make inferences from pedigree charts?
Pedigree diagrams can be hard to follow, especially determining the dominance of the gene in question. I have developed standardized rules for making inferences from pedigree charts: 1. To prove a trait is recessive, find an instance where a generation is unaffected (skipped). 2. To prove a recessive gene is sex-linked, find an instance where an unaffected mother and father have an affected son. 3. I have more, book lessons to hear them!
Are there specific, concrete techniques I can use to make each sentence I write resonate strongly with the reader?
Yes. When mixed, matched, and complemented by one's unique voice, there are many structural techniques for crafting sentences that make each one as powerful as possible. I help you put the focus of the sentence on the most important word, vary your sentence lengths to create a pleasant rhythm to your writing, and eliminate extra adverbs until Mark Twain himself would be proud to honored to read it.
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