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Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Volume 9: Advances in NMR


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Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Volume 9: Advances in NMR

David M. Grant (Editor), Robin K. Harris (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-49082-1 September 2002 880 Pages


The content of this volume has been added to the online reference work Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance. For further information see Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance.

As a stand alone volume, Advances in NMR comprehensively highlights the rapid progress of nuclear magnetic resonance over the last five years.

  • Features 66 articles on the latest major advances in NMR
  • Written by over 80 internationally recognised experts

With over 900 pages, illustrated extensively throughout, and an easy to read large double-columned format, Advances in NMR covers indepth articles on the latest advances in spectroscopic techniques; nuclear interactions; biochemical, physical and chemical applications.  Including these outstanding articles:

  • Double-Quantum NMR Spectroscopy of Dipolar Coupled Spins Under Fast Magic Angle Spinning (H W Spiess)
  • Pulse Sequence Design using Rotor and Spin Symmetry ( M Levitt)
  • Indirect Nuclear Spin-Spin Coupling Tensors (R E Wasylishen)
  • Weakly Aligned Biomolecules in Liquid Crystals (A Bax)
  • Multiple-Resonance, Multi-dimensional Solid-state NMR of Proteins (S J Opella)
  • Dynamics of Hydrogen Transfer in Liquids and Solids (H Limbach)
  • Optically Pumped NMR of Semiconductors and Two-dimensional Electron Systems (R Tycko/S E Barrett)

"The list of contributors looks like a Who's Who of the subject"
—The Times Higher Education Supplement

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"...a valuable addition to the Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, which is a very useful tool..." (Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 125, No. 12, 2003)