Part I.
(Group Identity, Actions & Dynamics)



(3) Group meetings
The group met together four times in the chemistry reading room Each meeting lasted for at least one hour During the first meeting the search on CD Rom was done and the papers to be considered for the project were selected. During the next  meeting the papers were discussed among all the group members and important contributions were made in order to select the most appropriate paper.And it was in the last meeting when the project took its final form.

(4) Group Dynamics
We had a nice experience working on this on this project and enjoyed a great deal working together. Our project initiated with the search for a suitable paper for the project. For this we scanned about hundred papers on CD Rom, out of these hundred five suitable ones were selected. These five were from three different journals they are as follows:-
                        1) Journal of the American Chemical Society
                        2) Carbohydrate Research
                        3) Canadian Journal of Chemistry
These five were intensively studied in our second group meeting we unanimously agreed on working on one paper from Carbohydrate Research.

The advantages of working on this paper lies in the fact that we get to know more about the varied aspects of NMR spectroscopy.

We of course benefited personally since this project required a lot of analyzation and understanding of  NMR up to a critical level. The creation of problem set enhanced our acumen towards NMR and overall speaking our vision widened. However the only problem we faced while working on this project was understanding the paper properly and henceforth framing proper questions. However with our collaborative effort we were successful in overcoming the problem.

It is due to this hands on experience with the NMR that we would like to engage in such group activities again in the future. Last but not the least we definitely like to say that we had enjoyed working on this project more than the previous one.