A Handbook Of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance by Ray Freeman

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Author
Ray Freeman
Publisher
Longman Scientific and Technical
Date of release
Pages
312
ISBN
9780582003903
Binding
Paperback
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This text is a timely response to the increasingly bewildering array of concepts in high resolution NMR. Starting from the premise that it is possible to explain these new ideas (and some older ones) in a pictorial and largely non-mathematical manner, this Handbook consists of 60 alphabetically-arranged entries dealing with topics of interest to the practitioner. To aid understanding, technical jargon is restricted wherever possible, and acronyms are kept to a minimum. With its encyclopedic format and rigorous avoidance of extraneous details, A Hanbook of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is an invaluable resource for all spectroscopists.


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