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Guide to NMR Spectral Interpretation

978-88-95122-40-3

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This book is designed to provide students with practical tools to determine the chemical structure of small organic molecules from their 1D and 2D NMR spectra, through a problem-based learning approach. 

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Author Antonio Randazzo
ISBN 978-88-95122-40-3
Format 23x27
N. page 344
Publication Year 2018
Cover Paperback with flaps
Weight 0,927

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This book is designed to provide undergraduate and graduate students with practical strategies, methods and explanations to unravel the intriguing combinations of chemical shift, integration, and multiplicity of NMR signals. In particular, it is organized in a way that basic 1H- and 13C-NMR concepts are introduced and immediately applied in a number of problems, solved and discussed in a step-by-step fashion. It contains almost exclusively real NMR data and it describes how to interpret the chemical shift, intensity and splitting pattern of the proton and carbon NMR signals (Chapters 1-5), paying attention to the effects of the magnetically non-equivalent nuclei (Chapter 4). The role of the solvent is also explained (Chapter 6), and a description of the interpretation of the most common two-dimensional NMR experiments is reported in Chapter 7. Chapter 8 is dedicated to the strategy for structural elucidation, while Chapter 9 contains exclusively summary problems with increasing levels of difficulty.
The entire learning path is aimed to provide practical tools to determine the chemical structures of small organic molecules from their 1D and 2D NMR spectra.
 
Extensions online:
- Solutions to summary problems are available online to prevent students from instantly getting to the answers before they have worked hard to solve the problems. 
- In order to give the feeling of an “electronic” exploration of the NMR spectra, the book is also provided with additional unprocessed NMR data sets, which students can download and study by themselves. 
 
Resources for teachers:
- Teachers are welcome to request free examination copies of our book to this link.
Teachers will have access to all the figures of this book, in order to easily prepare their lessons. They will also be provided with a number of additional summary problems, not present in the book, to engage students in practical exercises during the course, or to be used during final examinations. In order to receive access to these additional contents, teachers should contact the Publisher, at the email address info@loghia.com, providing information about their course and the “Activation Code” reported in the first page of the book. In this occasion, teachers will also have indefinite extension of their Activation Code validity.

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