Synopses & Reviews
This book is the revision of a widely-respected book on spectroscopy. The book covers all four areas of organic spectroscopy including NMR, MS, electronic (including CD and optical rotary dispersion), and vibrational (which also includes Raman). The book is the most complete and comprehensive treatment on the subject. It covers currently used techniques for determining the structure of organic and biological compounds. It also has a strong emphasis on problem solving and is distinctly pedagogical. This book is ideal for any practicing or future organic or biochemist.
Table of Contents
I. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY. 2. Introduction and Experimental Methods.
3. The Chemical Shift.
4. The Coupling Constant.
5. Further Topics in One-Dimensional NMR.
6. Two-Dimensional NMR.
II. VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY. 7. Introduction and Experimental Methods.
8. Group Frequencies: Infrared and Raman.
9. Structure Analysis.
III. ELECTRONIC ABSORPTION AND CHIROPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY. 10. Introduction and Experimental Methods.
11. UV-Vis, CD, and ORD.
12. Structure Analysis.
IV. MASS SPECTROMETRY. 13. Ionization and Mass Analysis.
14.Fragmentation and Ion Chemistry.
15. Chemical Analysis.
Appendix to Part IV.
V. INTEGRATED PROBLEMS. 16. Integrated Problems.