NMR has made important contributions to our understanding of structureproperty relationships in polymers. This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of NMR, with applications of multidimensional NMR and the new solution and solid-state methods in polymer science. NMR of Polymers is written by leading authorities for graduate students and professionals in academia and industry.
@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Provides comprehensive overview of NMR in Polymer Science
- Covers multidimensional NMR
- Includes new solution and solid state methods
- Addresses chain conformation and dynamics
Researchers and graduate students in polymer science and NMR spectroscopy, as well as biochemistry and biophysics.
Preface. Fundamentals of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: Introduction. Nuclear Spin and the NMR Phenomenon. Detection of the Resonance Phenomenon. Nuclear Relaxation. Magnetic Shielding and the Chemical Shift. Indirect Coupling of Nuclear Spins. Rate Phenomena: Averaging of Chemical Shifts and JCouplings. Experimental Methods. The Microstructure of Polymer Chains: Introduction. Polymer Microstructure. Configurational Statistics and Propagation Mechanism. Propagation Errors. The Solution Characterization of Polymers: Introduction. Resonances Assignments. Microstructural Characterization of Polymers in Solution. The Solution Structure of Polymers. The Solid-State NMR of Polymers: Introduction. Chain Conformation in the Solid State. The Organization of Polymers in the Solid-State. NMR Imaging of Polymers. The Dynamics of Macromolecules: Introduction. Polymer Dynamics in Solution. Polymer Dynamics in the Solid State. Subject Index.
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- © Academic Press 1996
- 22nd October 1996
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@qu:"The book fulfills its purpose and provides considerable background on the fundamentals of NMR spectroscopy, as well....the book is well written and should be particularly valuable to industrial and academic labs studying a variety of polymers and related problems." @source:--Dr. Larry S. Simeral, Albemarle Corporation, APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY. @qu:"Frank A. Bovey and Peter A. Mireau have succeeded well in their objective....those most likely to find the book useful are postgraduate students and research scientists who have a special interest in polymer science and are already familiar with NMR methods." @source:--Bernhard Blumich @qu:"This is an excellent book that should be continuously consulted by everyone involved in studying polymers, both in academia and in industrial research labs....I highly recommend this as a very useful reference book, not only for the beginners in the field, but also for researchers who currently use one or another of the NMR techniques available to polymer chemists." @source:--Almeria Natansohn, Queen's University, JOURNAL OF AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY