NMR in Organometallic Chemistry

NMR in Organometallic Chemistry

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The first and ultimate guide for anyone working in transition organometallic chemistry and related fields, providing the background and practical guidance on how to efficiently work with routine research problems in NMR. The book adopts a problem-solving approach with many examples taken from recent literature to show readers how to interpret the data. Perfect for PhD students, postdocs and other newcomers in organometallic and inorganic chemistry, as well as for organic chemists involved in transition metal catalysis.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 406 pages
  • 170 x 242 x 18mm | 821g
  • Weinheim, Germany
  • English
  • 1. Auflage
  • 112 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 72 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
  • 3527330135
  • 9783527330133
  • 773,215

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The first and ultimate guide for anyone working in transition organometallic chemistry and related fields, providing the background and practical guidance on how to efficiently work with routine research problems in NMR.
The book adopts a problem-solving approach with many examples taken from recent literature to show readers how to interpret the data.
Perfect for PhD students, postdocs and other newcomers in organometallic and inorganic chemistry, as well as for organic chemists involved in transition metal catalysis.
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Table of contents

Preface XI Abbreviations XIII 1 Introduction 1 2 Routine Measuring and Relaxation 7 3 COSY and HMQC 2-D Sequences 19 4 Overhauser Effects and 2-D NOESY 39 5 Diffusion Constants via NMR Measurements 55 6 Chemical Shifts 63 7 Coupling Constants 207 8 Dynamics 279 9 Preface to the Problems 311 10 Organometallic Introduction 313 11 NMR Problems 319 12 Solutions to the Problems and Comments 361 Index 389
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"However, it certainly conveys its author's undoubted enthusiasm, and most organometallic and coordination chemists will find it well worth their while to dip into it." ( Applied Organometal.Chemistry , 1 June 2013)
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However, it certainly conveys its author s undoubted enthusiasm, and most organometallic and coordination chemists will find it well worth their while to dip into it. (Applied Organometal.Chemistry, 1 June 2013)
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About Paul S. Pregosin

Paul S. Pregosin received his Ph. D. at the City University of New York. He then carried out postdoctoral research at Queen Mary College, University of London (1970 - 1971), and at the University of Delaware (1971 - 1973). In 1973, he moved to Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland, where he became Professor of Inorganic Chemistry in 1987. He has also received the Werner Prize for his work on NMR-spectroscopic studies of transition metal complexes.
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