Organic Structures from Spectra
- Publish Date: 2002-04-29
- Binding: Paperback
This introductory textbook covers all the major spectroscopic techniques that cover the derivation of structural information from spectroscopic data. It incorporates over 200 carefully selected problems that are graded to develop and consolidate the students understanding of organic spectroscopy and to develop an understanding of how structures are derived.
This, the third edition has been thoroughly revised and updated and reflects the many developments in this area. It includes over 50 new problems and presents challenging examples that have been carefully selected to include all-important structural features and to emphasise connectivity arguments.
More emphasis on techniques is included in the problems and the advanced NMR topics section is expanded in the areas of decoupling and applications of the nuclear overhauser effect (nOe).
- Brief and easy-to-read text providing sufficient detail of theory to be able to solve problems without going to excessive depth.
- Large, graded selection of problemsfrom the very easy to challenging.
Provides hands-on training for the non-expert