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Author Akitt, J. W.

Title NMR and chemistry : an introduction to modern NMR spectroscopy / J.W. Akitt, B.E. Mann.

Published Cheltenham : Stanley Thornes, 2000.

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 UniM ERC  543.0877 AKIT    AVAILABLE
Edition 4th ed.
Physical description xi, 272 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes Previous ed. London : Chapman & Hall, 1992.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [264]-265) and index.
Contents 1 Theory of nuclear magnetization 1 -- 1.1 Properties of the nucleus of an atom 1 -- 1.2 Nucleus in a magnetic field 5 -- 1.3 Source of the NMR signal 6 -- 1.4 A basic NMR spectrometer 12 -- 2 Magnetic field at the nucleus: nuclear screening and the chemical shift 17 -- 2.1 Effects due to the molecule 17 -- 2.2 Isotope effects 24 -- 2.3 Effects due to unpaired electrons 27 -- 2.4 Chemical shift 32 -- 2.5 Notes on sample preparation, standardization and solvent and temperature effects 36 -- 3 Internuclear spin-spin coupling 45 -- 3.1 Mutual effects of nuclear magnets on resonance positions 45 -- 3.2 Appearance of multiplets arising from spin-spin coupling 47 -- 3.3 Spin-spin coupling satellites 61 -- 3.4 Description of spin systems 65 -- 3.5 Second-order effects 69 -- 4 Nuclear magnetic relaxation 101 -- 4.1 Relaxation processes in assemblies of nuclear spins 101 -- 4.2 Dipole-dipole relaxation 104 -- 4.3 Quadrupolar relaxation 109 -- 4.4 Spin rotation relaxation: detailed molecular motion 117 -- 4.5 Chemical shift anisotropy relaxation 120 -- 4.6 Scalar relaxation 121 -- 4.7 Examples of [superscript 13]C relaxation times 124 -- 5 Spectrometer 129 -- 5.1 Magnet and field homogeneity 130 -- 5.2 Probe 134 -- 5.3 Field-frequency lock 135 -- 5.4 Transmitter 137 -- 5.5 Detection system 139 -- 5.6 Production of the spectrum 147 -- 5.7 Rapid multiple pulsing 156 -- 5.8 Manipulation of collected data 158 -- 6 Making the spins dance 167 -- 6.1 Decoupling 167 -- 6.2 Composite pulses 180 -- 6.3 Refocusing pulse 182 -- 7 NMR spectra of exchanging and reacting systems 189 -- 7.1 Systems at equilibrium 189 -- 7.2 Reaction monitoring of systems not at equilibrium 224 -- 8 Multiple resonance and one-dimensional pulse sequences 233 -- 8.1 Decoupling difference spectroscopy 234 -- 8.2 Nuclear Overhauser effect 237 -- 8.3 One-dimensional multipulse sequences 253 -- 8.4 Exercises in spectral interpretation 267 -- 9 Two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy 273 -- 9.1 J-resolved two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy 278 -- 9.2 Homonuclear COSY NMR spectroscopy 282 -- 9.3 Heteronuclear COSY NMR spectroscopy 290 -- 9.4 HOHAHA or TOCSY 294 -- 9.5 Two-dimensional Inadequate 296 -- 9.6 Overhauser and magnetization transfer based two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy 296 -- 9.7 Inverse detection 304 -- 9.8 Three-dimensional NMR spectroscopy 312 -- 10 Magnetic resonance imaging and biomedical NMR 335 -- 10.1 Producing an image 335 -- 10.2 Whole body imaging 337 -- 10.3 Diffusion and flow 341 -- 10.4 Chemical shift imaging 342 -- 10.5 Biological uses of imaging - imaging microscopy 346 -- 10.6 Industrial uses of imaging techniques 348 -- 10.7 Biomedical NMR 350 -- 11 High-resolution solid-state NMR 355 -- 11.1 Magic angle spinning 357 -- 11.2 Spin-1/2 nuclei with low magnetogyric ratios 359 -- 11.3 I = 1/2 nuclei with high magnetogyric ratios 365 -- 11.4 MAS of quadrupolar nuclei 368 -- 11.5 Some applications 376 -- 11.6 Deuterium, an integral-spin nucleus 381.
Other author Mann, Brian E.
Subject Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
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