Introduction to Solid State NMR Spectroscopy
By: Melinda J. Duer (editor)Paperback
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"Introduction to Solid State NMR Spectroscopy" is written for undergraduate and graduate students of chemistry, either taking a course in advanced or solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy or undertaking research projects where solid-state NMR is likely to be a major investigative technique. It will also serve as a practical introduction in industry, where the techniques can provide new or complementary information to supplement other investigative techniques. By covering solid-state NMR spectroscopy in a clear, straightforward and approachable way with detailed descriptions of the major solid-state NMR experiments focussing on what the experiments do and what they tell the researcher, this book will serve as an ideal introduction to the subject. These descriptions are backed up by separate mathematical explanations for those who wish to gain a more sophisticated quantitative understanding of the phenomena. With additional coverage of the practical implementation of solid-state NMR experiments integrated into the discussion, this book will be essential reading for all those using, or about to use, solid-state NMR spectroscopy.
Dr Melinda Duer is a senior lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
Dr Melinda Duer is a senior lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Preface.Acknowledgements.1. The Basics of NMR.1.1 The vector model of pulsed NMR.1.2 The quantum mechanical picture: hamiltonians and the Schrodinger equation.1.3 The density matrix representation and coherences.1.4 Nuclear spin interactions.1.5 General features of Fourier Transform NMR experiments.References.2. Essential Techniques for Solid-State NMR.2.1 Introduction.2.2 Magic-angle spinning (MAS).2.3 Heteronuclear decoupling.2.4 Homonuclear decoupling.2.5 Cross polarization.2.6 Echo pulse sequences.References.3. Shielding and Chemical Shift: theory and uses.3.1 Theory.3.2 The relationship between the shielding tensor and electronic structure.3.3 Measuring chemical shift anisotropies.3.4 Measuring the orientation of chemical shielding tensors in the molecular frame for structure determination.References.4. Dipolar coupling - theory and uses.4.1 Theory.4.2 Introduction to the uses of dipolar coupling.4.3 Techniques for measuring homonuclear dipolar couplings.4.4 Techniques for measuring heteronuclear dipolar couplings.4.5 Techniques for dipolar-coupled quadrupolar-spin- pairs.4.6 Techniques for measuring dipolar couplings between quadrupolar nuclei.4.7 Correlation experiments.4.8 Spin counting experiments.References.5. Quadrupole Coupling - theory and uses.5.1 Introduction.5.2 Theory.5.3 High resolution NMR experiments for half-integer quadrupolar nuclei.5.4 Other techniques for half-integer quadrupolar nuclei.References.6. NMR Techniques for Studying Molecular Motion in Solids.6.1 Introduction.6.2 Powder lineshape analysis.6.3 Relaxation time studies.6.4 Exchange experiments.6.5 2H NMR.References.Appendices.Index
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