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NMR spectroscopy explained : simplified theory, applications and examples for organic chemistry and structural biology
Neil E Jacobsen.
- Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Interscience, ©2007.
- xv, 668 pages : illustrations; 27 cm.
Eisenhower C LevelQD96.N8 J33 2007 c. 1Available
- "Used in concert with complementary analytical techniques such as light spectroscopy and mass spectrometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is the most powerful tool for the determination of organic structure. This book fosters a real-world understanding of NMR spectroscopy and how it works without burying the reader in technical details and physical and mathematical formalism." "It is an ideal reference for professionals in industry and academia who use NMR spectroscopy technology, NMR facility managers, and upper-level undergraduates and graduate students in organic chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacology, biophysics, and engineering."--BOOK JACKET.
- 1. Fundamentals of NMR spectroscopy in liquids
- 2. Interpretation of proton ([superscript 1]H) NMR spectra
- 3. NMR hardware and software
- 4. Carbon-13 ([superscript 13]C) NMR spectroscopy
- 5. NMR relaxation - inversion-recovery and the nuclear Overhauser effect
- 6. spin echo and the attached proton test (APT)
- 7. Coherence transfer : INEPT and DEPT
- 8. Shaped pulses, pulsed field gradients, and spin locks: selective 1D NOE and 1D TOCSY
- 9. Two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy : HETCOR, COSY, and TOCSY
- 10. Advanced NMRT theory : NOESY and DQF-COSY
- 11. Inverse heteronuclear 2D experiments : HSQC, HMQC, and HMBC
- 12. Biological NMR spectroscopy
- App. A. pictorial key to NMR spin states
- App. B. survey of two-dimensional NMR experiments.
- Other information
- Includes index.
- 9780471730965 (cloth)
- 0471730963 (cloth)
- Identifying numbers
- LCCN: 2007006911
- OCLC: 85018721
- OCLC: 85018721