By Vladimir I. Bakhmutov
Solid-state NMR is a robust actual process commonly utilized in glossy primary and utilized technological know-how, drugs, and undefined. Its position is especially necessary in fabrics chemistry a result of potential of solid-state NMR to quickly resolve projects attached with structural descriptions of advanced platforms on macro and/or molecular degrees, and the identity of the dynamics frequently chargeable for advanced platforms mechanical homes.
Written for non-specialists, Solid-State NMR in fabrics technology: rules and Applications introduces the final actual rules of pulsed NMR, via together with components of the idea and perform within the registration of NMR signs, and via explaining various NMR gear.
After the preliminaries, the e-book covers:
- The thought and lines of solid-state NMR and nuclear rest in solids, together with dynamics of materials
- Different fabrics, diamagnetic and paramagnetic, from metals and steel clusters to amorphous composites
- The technique of assortment and interpretations of solid-state NMR info, together with thoughts and standards for structural characterizations of other fabrics
- Practical examples of multinuclear NMR and leisure experiments in addition to interpretations of knowledge acquired
- Numerous solid-state NMR experiments played for varied fabrics to judge their constitution and dynamics
Written in transparent and easy language, this e-book contains transparent illustrations, a number of examples, and designated bibliographies. It a very good reference not just for younger and skilled researchers, but in addition for college students attracted to a destiny in fabrics science.
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