By: Donald Pavia, Gary Lampman and George Kriz
415 pages, Figs, tabs
Covering important spectroscopic techniques used in the study of organic chemistry, this third edition is suitable to be used as the main text in a spectroscopy course, or as a supplement in a second year organic chemistry course. The text covers high resolution 300-MHz NMR spectra which replaces the older 60-MHz spectra. There is a survey section on 1H-NMR which provides a qualitative treatment of spectra by functional group, as well as a discussion on cross polarization in the 13C-NMR spectra and a "How to Solve Mass Spectrometry Problems" section.
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