Understanding NMR Spectroscopy

Understanding NMR Spectroscopy

By: By: James Keeler

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Year: 2005
Pages: 211
Language: English
Published: Wiley

Keeler (chemistry, Cambridge U.) compiles and rationalizes lecture notes he has used over a number of years at various summer schools and graduate courses, into a reference for people who are already familiar with the use of routine nuclear magnetic resonance for determining structure, but want to deepen their understanding of how exactly the technology works, perhaps in order to do something rather unconventional with it. It offers no practical advice on how to select and run a particular experiment or interpret results; neither is it concerned with theory. Rather the emphasis is on the physics of what is actually happening.

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