|Jacobsen, Neil E.|
NMR Spectroscopy Explained
Simplified Theory, Applications and Examples for Organic Chemistry and Structural Biology
1. Edition September 2007
2007. 688 Pages, Hardcover
- Practical Approach Book -
ISBN 978-0-471-73096-5 - John Wiley & Sons
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A STEP-BY-STEP APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING NMR SPECTROSCOPY
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. With an accessible, clear style and approach, NMR Spectroscopy Explained:
Introduces readers to modern NMR spectroscopy as it is applied to the analysis of organic compounds and biomolecules
Minimizes complicated theory and focuses on the practical aspects of NMR spectroscopy
Provides comprehensive coverage of how NMR spectroscopy experiments actually work and how to optimize them on the spectrometer
Provides examples of every experiment, with detailed interpretation of data
Presents essential descriptive theory in mainly nonmathematical terms
The guide starts with a basic model and expands it one step at a time, complete with experiments and examples, helping readers who are not experts in physics or physical chemistry to develop an empowering understanding of even the most complex biological NMR spectroscopy techniques. 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.