As A Stand Alone Volume, Advances In NMR, Comprehensively Highlights The Rapid Progress Of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Over The Last Five Years

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Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c43517) has announced the addition of Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Volume 9, Advances in NMR to their offering.

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c43517) has announced the addition of Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Volume 9, Advances in NMR to their offering.

The eight volume work, the Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, was conceived in 1992 and published in 1996 to meet a need for a modern reference work in the area of NMR that reflected developments and achievements of the subject. Since the publication of ENMR in March 1996, a number of the key themes covered in the original work have seen extensive developments and a number of new applications have been discovered.

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 in-depth 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 Whos Who of the subject"

The Times Higher Education Supplement

Planned and organised by an eminent international editorial board and reviewed by a distinguished advisory board, articles are written by pioneers and key NMR innovators in the field.

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.

List of Contributors to this Volume.

Preface to this volume.

Preface to the Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Volumes 1-8.

Parameters and Symbols for Use in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (IUPAC Recommendations 1997).

Nuclear Spin Properties and Conventions for Chemical Shifts (IUPAC Recommendations 2001).

Content Outline:

Spectroscopic Techniques.

Nuclear Interactions.

Biochemical Applications.

Chemical Applications.

Physical Applications.

Reviews

"...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)

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