By Roger S. Macomber
Transparent, available assurance of recent NMR spectroscopy-for scholars and execs in lots of fields of science
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has made quantum leaps within the final decade, turning into a staple device in such divergent fields as chemistry, physics, fabrics technological know-how, biology, and drugs. this is why it's crucial that scientists operating in those parts be totally conversant with present NMR thought and practice.
This down-to-basics textual content deals a complete, up to date remedy of the basics of NMR spectroscopy. utilizing an easy process that develops all recommendations from a rudimentary point with out utilizing heavy arithmetic, it provides readers the information they should remedy any molecular constitution challenge from a whole set of NMR info. subject matters are illustrated all through with thousands of figures and genuine spectra. Chapter-end summaries and overview issues of solutions are integrated to assist toughen and try out figuring out of key material.
From NMR reports of biologically very important molecules to magnetic resonance imaging, this e-book serves as an exceptional all-around primer on NMR spectroscopic research.
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