Multidimensional NMR in Liquids offers a lucid treatment of basic NMR phenomena, building up to today's most sophisticated NMR experiments from first principles. Using easy-to-grasp product-operator formalism, diagrams, and practical examples, one-, two-, and N-dimensional NMR experiments are explained with minimal recourse to quantum mechanics. Separate theoretical sections are provided for readers interested in spin-quantum mechanics, as are the appendices providing theoretical backgrounds in linear algebra, quantum mechanics, and angular momentum.<br> <br> Following a systematic and rigorous description of all important 2D experiments (including the applications of pulsed field gradients), up-to-date coverage is given of three-dimensional and four-dimensional homo- and heteronuclear NMR experiments. The book provides original descriptions of complicated topics such as strong coupling, decoupling, and cross-polarization. The final chapter presents the basic concepts of relaxation, followed by an introduction to density operator relaxation theory.<br> Multidimensional NMR in Liquids is intended for chemists, biochemists, and others interested in studying molecular structure and dynamics with NMR spectroscopy. It also is suitable for use as a text in advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in NMR.
Number Of Pages: 424
Published: 12th October 1995
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.4 x 16.2 x 2.46
Edition Number: 1