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High Resolution NMR, 3rd Ed.



publication info   E.D. Becker, Academic Press, 1999, 424 pp., hard cover


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This book provides a broad treatment of the principles and theory of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) as it is used in the chemical sciences. It is written at an intermediate level, with mathematics used to augment, rather than replace, clear verbal descriptions of the phenomena. This book is intended to allow the reader to understand NMR at a fundamental level, and to see illustrations of the applications of NMR to the determination of the structure of small organic molecules and macromolecules, including proteins. Emphasis is on the study of NMR in liquids, but the treatment also includes high resolution NMR in the solid state and the principles of NMR imaging and localized spectroscopy.

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High Resolution NMR.
The Theory of NMR:
Nuclear Spin and Magnetic Moment.
Classical Mechanical Description of NMR.
Quantum Mechanical Description of NMR.
Effect of the Boltzmann Distribution.
Spin-Lattice Relaxation.
Line Widths.
Macroscopic Magnetization.
The Bloch Equations: Nuclear Induction.
The Rotating Frame of Reference.
Adiabatic Passage: Ringing Problems.
Instrumentation and Techniques:
Basic NMR Apparatus.
Requirements for High Resolution NMR.
Subject Index.

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