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Basic One- and Two-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy. 5th, Completely Revised and Updated Edition

  • ID: 1593324
  • Book
  • 442 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This fifth Edition of a bestselling undergraduate/graduate textbook in NMR spectroscopy provides all the basic knowledge of the theory, instrumentation, and especially interpretation of the spectra of this frequently used analytical technique. Everything students need to know about 1D, 2D–NMR, solid state and dynamic NMR spectroscopy as well as NMR imaging is presented in this text, illustrated by examples and applications from organic, macromolecular, polymer and biochemistry. This edition features problems and solutions for the reader to check their understanding.

From review of previous editions:

“This book is a pleasure to read and if it does not arouse the student’s interest, then it is difficult to see what could. It is clearly written and illustrated …good value and essential reading for anyone wanting to know more about NMR.” – Chemistry in Britain

“Another paperback that I would advice students to buy … [it] can be recommended for general purchase by all chemists.” – New Scientist

“This book deserves much praise. If only all authors took as much trouble to produce a work of such clarity and reliance… The book form an excellent bridge between the very simple texts on spectral  interpretation and more specialist works with an emphasis on mathematical theory… This book is highly educational  and will be of benefit to those who have to teach NMR and to students and scientists in academic and industrial laboratories… this work is right up to date with an inclusion of most widely used modern NMR methods with a style and content that is superb. “ – NMR in Biomedicine

“… with it’s fourth edition, Friebolin’s NMR textbook remains the valuable companion and helpful guide as which it is well–known and appreciated among chemists and other scientists who seek a practical, comprehensive, but easy–to–read introduction into high resolution NMR spectroscopy on organic molecules.” – Dr. Ingo Schnell, Max–Planck–Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, ChemPhysChem 

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The Physical Basis of NMR Spectroscopy

The Chemical Shift

Indirect Spin–Spin Coupling

Spectrum Analysis and Calculations

Double Resonance Experiments

Assignment of 1H and 13C Signals


One–Dimensional NMR Experiments using Complex Pulse Sequences

Two–Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy

The Nuclear Overhauser Effect

Dynamic NMR Spectroscopy (DNMR)

Shift Reagents


NMR Spectroscopy in Biochemistry and Medicine
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Horst Friebolin
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