By: JJ Fitzgerald
This book describes recent advances in solid-state NMR methods as applied to modern inorganic materials such as metal oxides, catalysts, zeolites, glasses, ceramics, semiconductors, ion conductors, superconductors, and composites.
"The collection of 14 papers, developed from a August 1996 symposium sponsored by the division of industrial and engineering chemistry of the ACS, summarizes recent developments in the use of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to investigate inorganic materials. Four sections discuss NMR studies of metal oxide systems, amorphous glasses and gels, silica-containing materials, and inorganic nitrogen- containing solids. Among the topics are multiple-quantum magic-angle spinning NMR of half-integer quadrupolar nuclei, 2D heteronuclear correlation NMR experiments of phosphate glasses, the exploration of guest-host interactions in sodalites by multinuclear NMR, and NMR of nitride and oxynitride ceramic materials."--SciTech Book News
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