Organic Structure Analysis

Organic Structure Analysis

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Organic Spectroscopy is a standard chemistry course that is offered each year to large numbers of seniors and beginning graduate students. They learn to efficiently solve problems of molecular structure determination by an integrated use of four primary spectroscopic methods: NMR, mass spectrometry, infrared and ultraviolet. Recentl the NMR component of the course has become much more important and for most people it makes up more than one half of the course. The author is an organic-NMR expert and his text will offer the reader the latest developments of these important techniques presented with much better pedagodgy.
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  • Hardback | 576 pages
  • 213.4 x 284.5 x 32mm | 1,519.55g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1 halftone, numerous line drawings
  • 0195101022
  • 9780195101027

Table of contents

1. Using Spectroscopic Data in Organic Structure Analysis; 2. Introduction to Magnetic Resonance; 3. Interpretation and Use of Proton and Carbon Chemical Shifts; 4. Interpretation and Use of Proton or Carbon Coupling Constants; 5. Multiple-Pulse and Multi-Dimensional NMR Techniques; 6. Core Techniques of Mass Spectrometry: Interpretation & List of Data; 7. Additional Techniques of Mass Spectrometry; 8. Infrared Spectroscopy; 9. Optical and Chiroptical Techniques: Ultraviolet Spectroscopy; 10. Strategies of Determining Structure and Stereochemistry: Spectroscopic Data Translated into Structures; 11. Problems in Organic Structure Analysis; Appendices
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