Free download Essential Practical NMR for Organic Chemistry (2nd edition) written by S.A. Richards and J.C. Hollerton in pdf.
This second edition of Essential Practical NMR for Organic Chemistry is an updated and improved version of the first edition which was a follow-up to the original Laboratory Guide to Proton NMR Spectroscopy (Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1988). It follows the same informal approach and is hopefully fun to read as well as a useful guide. While still concentrating on proton NMR, it includes 2-D approaches and some heteronuclear examples (specifically 13C, 15N and 19F).
The book is here to help you select the right experiment to solve your problem and to then interpret the results correctly. NMR is a funny beast – it throws up surprises no matter how long you have been doing it.
The strength of NMR, particularly in the small organic molecule area, is that it is very information rich but ironically, this very high density of information can itself create problems for the less experienced practitioner. Information overload can be a problem and we hope to redress this by advocating an ordered approach to handling NMR data.
There are huge subtleties in looking at this data; chemical shifts, splitting patterns, integrals, linewidths all have an existence due to physical molecular processes and they each tell a story about the atoms in the molecule.
There is a reason for everything that you observe in a spectrum and the better your understanding of spectroscopic principles, the greater can be your confidence in your interpretation of the data in front of you.
While the book touches on some aspects of NMR theory, the main focus of the text is firmly rooted in data acquisition, problem-solving strategy and interpretation.
- Getting Started
- Preparing the Sample
- Spectrum Acquisition
- Interpreting Your Spectrum
- Delving Deeper
- Further Elucidation Techniques – Part 1
- Further Elucidation Techniques – Part 2
- Carbon-13 NMR Spectroscopy
- Nitrogen-15 NMR Spectroscopy
- Some Other Techniques and Nuclei
- Raising Your Game
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