The content of these volumes has been added to the online reference work Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance. For further information see Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance.
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"This Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is an essential reference work for anyone using NMR in industry, research or medicine. It should be very useful for those wanting to have information about the theory, the applications and the history of NMR".
- Volume 1 - Historical Perspectives, contains 200 historical articles arranged alphabetically by author, describing developments during the 50 years of the technique of NMR
- Volume 2 - 8, contain approximately 520 articles arranged alphabetically by title, providing thorough coverage of the whole science of NMR including: Inorganic Applications * Polymer and Liquid Crystalline Solutions * Quadrupolar Nuclei * One- and Two- dimensional Spectroscopy of Solutions * Physics Applications * Solid Methods * Solid-State Applications * Biological Applications * Instrumentation * Organic Applications * Relaxation Topics * Theory * Biomedical Applications * Imaging Principles and Applications
- Volume 9, arranged according to subject matter, reflects the progress of NMR over the last 5 years and contains 66 articles on the recent 'hot topics' in NMR
TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
The eight volume Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance published in 1996 has established itself as the professional modern reference work on NMR. Since publication, a number of the key areas covered in the original work have seen extensive developments. With the addition of the 9th volume, this brings the Encyclopedia completely up-to-date, offering the most complete coverage of NMR available.