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Spin Resonance Spectroscopy

  • ID: 4335183
  • Book
  • January 2018
  • 378 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Spin Resonance Spectroscopy: Principles and Applications presents the principles, recent advancements and applications of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) in a single multi-disciplinary reference. Spin resonance spectroscopic techniques through NMR and EPR are widely used by chemists, physicists, biologists and medicinal chemists. This book addresses the need for new spin resonance spectroscopy content while also presenting the principles, recent advancements and applications of NMR and EPR simultaneously. Ideal for researchers and students alike, the book provides a single source of NMR and EPR applications using a dynamic, holistic and multi-disciplinary approach.

  • Presents a highly interdisciplinary approach by including NMR and EPR applications in chemistry, physics, biology and biotechnology
  • Addresses both NMR and EPR, making its concepts and applications implementable in multiple resonance environments and core scientific disciplines
  • Features a broad range of methods, examples and illustrations for both NMR and EPR to aid in retention and underscore key concepts

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Unit 1: Principle NMR and pulsed NMR Introduction
Spin Magnetic properties
Resonance condition
Larmor Frequency
NMR instrumentation
comparison of NMR & EPR
chemical shift
spin-spin coupling
Coupling constant
first and second order spectra
simplification of complex spectra
Boltzmann Statistics
Pulsed NMR
Basic principle of FT technique
Relaxation process
Bloch equations
Relaxation times
Line shape and line width analysis

Unit 2: 1H and 13C NMR spectroscopy  Interpretation of 1H NMR
assignment of signals
influence of factors on chemical shift of protons
spin decoupling
double resonance
Nuclear Overhauser Effect
Off Resonance Decoupling
13C assignment of signals
additivity rule
calculation of chemical shifts for aromatic and aliphatic compounds
2D NMR --  DEPT 13C
13C correlation COSY, HETCOR, NOE & NOSEY- multidimensional NMR

Unit 3: Applications of NMR Applications of  31P, 19F and 15N
NMR spectroscopy used in structural problem
NMR of fluxional molecules
evaluation of rate constants
solid state NMR
magic angle spinning
NMR of paramagnetic molecules
contact shifts and shift reagents
NMR imaging
contrast agents

Unit 4: EPR Spectroscopy Principle of EPR
total spin Hamiltonian
presentation of the spectrum
hyperfine splitting
super hyperfine structure
EPR of hydrogen atom
splitting in isotropic systems involving more than one nucleus
EPR spectra of free radicals in solution
methyl radical, benzene anion, p-benzosemiquinone radical anion, p- nitrobenzoate dianion and naphthalene anion
Evaluation of g and A tensors
factors affecting the magnitude of g values -- anisotropy
zero field splitting
Kramer's theory & degeneracy
triplet EPR

Unit 5: Application and advanced EPR Application of EPR in transition metal complexes VO2+ Fe3+ Co2+ ,Mn2+, Ni2+ and bis-salicylaldimine copper (II) - Jahn-Teller theory & distortion studies in Cu(II) complexes
evaluation of spin
orbital coupling constant
exchange coupled EPR
multi resonance EPR
cw and pulsed EPR and ENDOR
ESR Spin trapping
spin labeling
EPR imaging

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Karunakaran, Chandran
Chandran Karunakaran, PhD, is Associate Professor of Chemistry in the Biomedical Research Lab at VHNSN College, Tamilnadu, India. Dr. Karunakaran received his PhD in magnetic resonance and has worked in the National Biomedical EPR Centre and Free Radical Research Centre in Medical College of Wisconsin for the last 5 years as Postdoc, Research Scientist and Assistant Professor.
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