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Author Kudryavtsev, A. B.
Title Physico-chemical applications of NMR : a practical guide / A.B. Kudryavtsev, W. Linert.
Imprint Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, [1996]
©1996

Author Kudryavtsev, A. B.
Subject Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Alt Name Linert, W.
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 357 pages) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Note Some online versions lack accompanying media packaged with the printed version.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-351) and index.
Contents Ch. 1. NMR -- Basic principles. 1.1. The phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance. 1.2. NMR spectra and their parameters. 1.3. Simplification of NMR spectra. 1.4. Analysis of NMR spectra. 1.5. Some hints on the mechanisms of relaxation and the nuclear Overhauser effect. 1.6. Physico-chemical aspects of the NMR. 1.7. Conclusion to chapter 1 -- ch. 2. Experimental techniques employed in NMR. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Principles of Fourier transform NMR spectroscopy. 2.3. Special features of the physico-chemical NMR experimental technique. 2.4. Routine of a typical PMR analysis of an organic compound -- ch. 3. The analysis of experimental data by regression techniques. 3.2. Introduction. 3.3. Definitions. 3.3. Least square fitting. 3.4. Non-linear least square methods -- ch. 4. Studies of equilibria in the liquid state by NMR spectroscopy. 4.2. Introduction. 4.2. Equilibria with slow exchange. 4.3. Equilibria with fast exchange -- ch. 5. Studies of paramagnetism in solutions by NMR. 5.1. Magnetochemistry. 5.2. Contact shifts -- ch. 6. Dynamic NMR and nuclear magnetic relaxation measurements. 6.1. Dynamic NMR. 6.2. Relaxation measurements.
Summary The book is intended to help under- and postgraduate students and young scientists in the correct application of NMR to the solution of physico-chemical problems concerning the study of equilibria in solution. The first part of the book (Chapters 1-3) is a trivium, but should enable a student to design and conduct simple physico-chemical NMR experiments. The following chapters give illustrative material on the physico-chemical applications of NMR of increasing complexity. These chapters include the problem of determination of equilibrium and rate constants in solution, the study of paramagnetism using NMR, the application of Dynamic NMR techniques and relaxation measurements. A multipurpose nonlinear regression program is supplied (on disc for PC) and is referred to throughout the book.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789812812124 (electronic bk.)
9812812121 (electronic bk.)
9810225407
9789810225407
OCLC # 827947334
Additional Format Print version: Kudryavtsev, A.B. Physico-chemical applications of NMR. Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©1996 9810225407 (DLC) 97109494 (OCoLC)36438964


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