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Covers theory and background of nuclear magnetic resonance in an accessible yet thorough manner
Specific methods and work-ups for isotopes are provided
Demonstrates uses of NMR for investigation in inorganic and coordination chemistry
Covers latest developments in inorganic NMR techniques
The present text provides detailed information for the application of NMR in inorganic and coordination chemistry. Detailed, yet clear derivations of all relevant equations are provided throughout. These offer not only a very good introductory basis for those new to NMR, but also many practical work-ups for those already familiar with this technique but who wish to apply it to specific inorganic compounds. The reader is given in-depth background on NMR methods, its restrictions and advantages over other characterization methods. A convenient listing for isotopes of each element is provided as a handy reference. NMR data for compounds of all elements with numerous examples of NMR applications in analytic and physical chemistry are presented.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Inorganic NMR Work-Ups - NMR in coordination chemistry - NMR in inorganic - NMR in transition elements - NRM in non-transition elements - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance - characterization of ligands - isotope tables for inorganic NMR