NMR Spectroscopy using Liquid Crystal Solvents covers the importance of using a liquid crystal solvent in NMR to derive nuclear dipolar spin-spin coupling constants.
This book is composed of ten chapters, and begins with a brief description of the features and benefits of liquid crystal in NMR spectroscopic analysis. The succeeding chapters deal with the mode of operation of nuclear spin Hamiltonian for partially oriented molecules and the analysis of NMR spectra of partially oriented molecules, as well as the determination of rigid molecule structure. These topics are followed by discussions on internal motion studies, NMR spectra from quadpolar nuclei, and the anisotropy in nuclear spin-spin coupling. The final chapters review the theoretical and experimental studies on the anisotropy in chemical shifts, nematic rotation, and the nuclear magnetic double resonance.
This book will prove useful to analytical chemists.
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|Size: ||22.5 MB|
|Date published: || 1975|
|ISBN: ||9781483279947 (DRM-PDF)|
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