E-BOOK
Title NMR for Physical and Biological Scientists / Thomas C. Pochapsky.
Imprint London : Taylor and Francis, 2006.

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Edition First edition.
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Genre Electronic books.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Symbols and fundamental constants; 1: What is spectroscopy?; A semiclassical description of spectroscopy; Damped harmonics; Quantum oscillators; The spectroscopic experiment; Ensembles and coherence; Types of spectroscopy; Practical considerations in spectroscopy; Acquiring a spectrum; Resolution: the problem of line width; Line shape; Problems; 2: Elementary aspects of NMR: I. Introduction to spins, ensemble behavior and coupling; Nuclear and electronic spin; The quantum picture of nuclear spin
The "spinning top" model of nuclear spinSpin-state populations in ensembles; Information available from NMR: 1. Nuclear shielding and chemical shift; Information available from NMR: 2. Scalar coupling; Information available from NMR: 3. Dipolar coupling; Information available from NMR: 4. Dynamics; J-coupling time scale, decoupling experiments and exchange decoupling; Interaction between nuclear spins and radio-frequency (RF) EMR: 1. RF decoupling; Problems; 3: Elementary aspects of NMR: II. Fourier transform NMR
Interaction between nuclear spins and RF: 2. A single spin in the rotating frame of referenceInteraction between nuclear spins and RF: 3. An ensemble of spins in the rotating frame of reference; Detection of an NMR signal; Time-domain detection in the NMR experiment: the free induction decay and quadrature detection; Digitization of the free induction decay; Fourier transformation: time-domain FID to frequency-domain spectrum; Discrete Fourier transformation; Spectral phasing; RF pulses and pulse phase; Pulse power and off-resonance effects from RF pulses
Phase cycling: improved quadrature detection using CYCLOPSFactors affecting spectral quality and appearance: shimming, window functions and apodization; After the fact: window functions and zero filling; Linear prediction; Problems; References; 4: Nuclear spin relaxation and the nuclear Overhauser effect; Longitudinal (T1) relaxation and the sensitivity of the NMR experiment; Transverse (T2) relaxation and the spin-echo experiment; Chemical shift and J-coupling evolution during the spin echo; Mechanisms of nuclear spin relaxation in liquids and the spectral density function
Dipolar relaxation and the nuclear Overhauser effectNOE measurements, indirect NOEs and saturation transfer; Heteronuclear NOE and the Solomon equation; Other contributions to T1 relaxation: chemical shift anisotropy, spin-rotation and paramagnetic effects; Quadrupolar relaxation; Selective and nonselective T1 measurement and multi-exponential decay of coherence; Problems; References; 5: Classical and quantum descriptions of NMR experiments in liquids; The classical approach: the Bloch equations of motion for macroscopic magnetization; Classical description of a pulsed NMR experiment
Summary "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy is a dynamic way for scientists of all kinds to investigate the physical, chemical, and biological properties of matter. Its many applications make it a versatile tool previously subject to monolithic treatment in reference-style texts. Based on a course taught for over ten years at Brandeis University, this is the first textbook on NMR spectroscopy for a one-semester course or self-instruction. In keeping with the authors' efforts to make it a useful textbook, they have included problems at the end of each chapter. The book not only covers the latest developments in the field, such as GOESY (Gradient Enhanced Overhauser Spectroscopy) and multidimensional NMR, but includes practical examples using real spectra and associated problem sets. Assuming the reader has a background of chemistry, physics and calculus, this textbook will be ideal for graduate students in chemistry and biochemistry, as well as biology, physics, and biophysics. NMR for Physical and Biological Scientists will also be useful to medical schools, research facilities, and the many chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotech firms that offer in-house instruction on NMR spectroscopy."--Provided by publisher.
Other Author Pochapsky, Susan.
Other Title 9780203833490 9781136843723