Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080260297, 9781483281353

Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

1st Edition

Volume 14

Editors: J. W. Emsley J Feeney L H Sutcliffe
eBook ISBN: 9781483281353
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 15th September 1980
Page Count: 68
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Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Part 1 is a two-chapter text that reviews significant developments in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) applications.

The first chapter discusses NMR studies of molecules physisorbed on homogeneous surfaces. This chapter also describes the phase changes in the adsorbed layer detected by following the variation in the NMR parameters. The second chapter examines the process to obtain a plotted, data reduced Fourier transform NMR spectrum. This chapter highlights the pitfalls that can cause a decrease in information content in a NMR spectrum. The various steps involved in taking a free induction decay from a NMR spectrometer are also summarized.

This book is of value to NMR spectroscopists, analytical chemists, and instrumentation students.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

1.1. General

1.2. Microscopic Methods

1.3. Homogeneous Substrates

1.4. Sensitivity

1.5. Adsorption Isotherms

2. Phase Boundaries

2.1. Solid-Liquid Phase Transitions

2.2. Melting in Physisorbed Layers

2.2.1. Ammonia on Graphite (BET III)

2.2.2. Neopentane on Graphite (BET II)

2.2.3. Benzene on Graphite

2.3. Gas-Liquid Phase Transitions

3. Adsorbed Liquids

3.1. Proton Shifts

3.1.1. BET Type II Systems

3.1.2. BET Type III Systems

3.2. Molecular Motion in Asorbed Liquids

3.2.1. Translational Diffusion Coefficients

3.3. Nuclear Relaxation

3.3.1. Proton Relaxation Times

3.3.2. Relaxation in Two Dimensions

3.3.3. Relaxation in Restricted Space

3.3.4. Proton Relaxation in BET Type II Systems

3.3.5. Proton Relaxation in BET Type III Systems

3.3.6. Concluding Remarks on Relaxation

3.3.7. Rotational Motion

4. Adsorbed Solids



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