Synopses & Reviews
The content of these volumes has been added to the online reference work Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance. For further information see Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance.
The complete and preferred reference for anyone seeking information on any aspect of NMR, with emphasis on its interdisciplinary nature. The first volume details developments in the field since the technique's discovery in 1945. The remaining seven volumes cover the basic principles of NMR, review fundamental interactions governing nuclear spin properties, specialized methods for high-resolution spectra of liquids, solids and solutions, relaxation measurements, broadline NMR and magnetic resonance imaging. Includes extensive illustrations: photographs, line drawings, graphs and spectra (color used where appropriate).
Table of Contents
v. 1. Historical perspectives -- v. 2. A-Com -- v. 3. Con-F -- v. 4. G-Liq -- v 5. Lit-Pat -- v. 6. Ped-Rel -- v. 7. Reo-Tim -- v. 8. Tis-Z.