Multiple resonance

McFarlane, W. and Rycroft, D. S. (1975) Multiple resonance. In: Harris, R. K. (ed.) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance : Volume 4. Series: Specialist periodical reports (4). The Chemical Society: London, pp. 174-201. ISBN 9780851862828 (doi: 10.1039/9781847553607-00174)

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The use made of multiple-resonance techniques has continued to increase although the rate of new developments has slowed down: this chapter therefore covers a two-year period—from June 1972 to May 1974. The coverage is confined to nuclear systems, and topics such as bandshape analysis and solid-state work which are more appropriately dealt with in other chapters are referred to only briefly. Similarly, routine applications (particularly those involving <sup>1</sup>H—{<sup>1</sup>H}, <sup>13</sup>C—{<sup>1</sup>H}, <sup>31</sup>P—{<sup>1</sup>H}, and <sup>1</sup>H—{<sup>31</sup>P} for spectral simplification) have been generally ignored, although there is some mention of work involving less usual combinations of nuclei.

Item Type:Book Sections
Additional Information:Series ISSN: 0305-9804
Keywords:NMR spectroscopy.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Rycroft, Dr David
Authors: McFarlane, W., and Rycroft, D. S.
Subjects:Q Science > QD Chemistry
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Chemistry
Publisher:The Chemical Society

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