Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1993, XIII, 440 p.
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The first of a two volume set, Volume 12 provides a long-awaited compilation of NMR theory to paramagnetic molecules. International experts report the latest developments in NMR methodology as applied to strongly relaxed and shifted resonances, detail the theoretical aspects of paramagnetic shift and relaxation, and discuss the interpretive bases of these molecular properties in relation to the structure and function of various paramagnetic molecules.
NMR Methodology for Paramagnetic Proteins; G.N. La Mar, J.S. de Ropp. Nuclear Relaxation in Paramagnetic Metalloproteins; L. Banci. Paramagnetic Relaxation of Water Protons; C.C. Lester, R.G. Bryant. Proton NMR Spectroscopy of Model Hemes; F.A. Walker, U. Simonis. Proton NMR Studies of Selected Paramagnetic Heme Proteins; J.D. Satterlee, et al. Heteronuclear Magnetic Resonance; J. Mispelter, et al. NMR of Polymetallic Systems in Proteins; C. Luchinat, S. Ciurli. Index.