One-dimensional and two-dimensional NMR spectra by modern pulse techniques
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Published by Kodansha, University Science Books in Tokyo, Mill Valley, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 230) and index.

Other titlesOne dimensional and two dimensional NMR spectra by modern pulse techniques.
Statementedited by Koji Nakanishi.
ContributionsNakanishi, Kōji, 1925-
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 234 p. :
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17782684M
ISBN 100935702636

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1H,13C-COSY (HETROCOSY, HETCOR) 1D 1H NMR spectrum is shown on one axis. 1D 13C NMR spectrum is shown on the other axis. 1J coupling correlation peaks (cross peaks) are shown at the intersection of 1H and 13C peaks. Helps to assign 1H data if 13C value is known. or to assign 13C data if 1H value is known. NO diagonal peaks are shown here. The modern method for observing correlation . Two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy may be defined as a spectral method in which the data are collected in two different time domains: acquisition of the FID (t 2), and a successively incremented delay (t 1).The resulting FID (data matrix) is accordingly subjected to two successive sets of Fourier transformations to furnish a two-dimensional NMR spectrum in the two frequency axes.   The field of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has undergone explosive development during the last decade with the advent of new one- and two-dimensional techniques. The author has had extensive experience in the use of these techniques for the structure elucidation of complex natural products, and in this book he gives a comprehensive Format: Ebook. This is the fifth edition of the highly successful, classic textbook for bachelor and master courses, with over 20 % new material and the contents completely revised and updated. Using a minimum of mathematics, it explains the underlying theory of this most important spectroscopic technique in a thorough, yet readily understandable way, covering instrumentation and interpretation of the spectra.

NMR lineshape analysis, also referred to as dynamic NMR, is a well-established method for the quantitative analysis of titration data based upon the fitting of one-dimensional spectra (or cross-sections from two-dimensional spectra) to theoretical or numerical solutions of theCited by: 1. Book Review: One Dimensional and Two Dimensional NMR Spectra by Modern Pulse Techniques. Edited by K February Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (2-D NMR) has become a very powerful class of experiments (in the hands of an adept scientist) with broad adaptability to new situations. It is the product of a happy marriage between modern pulse FT-NMR technology, with its large memory and. NMR lineshape analysis, also referred to as dynamic NMR, is a well-established method for the quan-titative analysis of titration data based upon the fitting of one-dimensional spectra (or cross-sections from two-dimensional spectra) to theoretical or numerical solutions of .