High Resolution NMR
Theory and Chemical ApplicationsBy
- Edwin Becker
Professors and graduate students in physical and analytical chemistry and biochemistry; academic and industrial developers of analytical instrumentation, and users of such instrumentation including researchers and technicians in chemistry, biotechnology, and biochemistry.
Hardbound, 424 Pages
Published: October 1999
Imprint: Academic Press
"This work not only bridges the decades and generations in NMR spectroscopy, but is also an exceptional handbook and reference resource. It simultaneously represents and illustrates the amazing--and still ongoing--enhancement of NMR, which has become an indispensable tool for so many applications in science, medicine and engineering. This book is an outstanding coordinating work, an excellent resource, and a reference for further studies in the field of NMR. I consider it a must for all NMR spectroscopists and teachers who deal with the subject. Also, I wholeheartedly recommend it to students, and to anyone else who wants to receive an enjoyable introduction to the exciting field of NMR spectroscopy and its applications."
--Istvan Pelczer, Princeton University; THE NMR NEWSLETTER
"The main aim of the third edition is to show the graduate researcher how a combination of steady state energy levels, classical vectors, density matrices and product operators may be used to understand complicated pulse sequences. This work undoubtedly succeeds in making a challenging and ever-changing area accessible and clear. From the beginning, the author made me feel extremly comfortable with 'non-classical' treatments of NMR. While the text deals with many other aspects of NMR, this book should be recommended as a starting text to anyone with a particular interest in density matrix theory."
--Dr. Mick Mantle, Manager, University of Cambridge, TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, Vol. 20, no. 1,2001.