Text for the series "Spectroscopic Techniques": Leading software designers and teachers of spectroscopy have pooled their expertise to devise a new series "Spectroscopic Techniques: An Interactive Course". User are able to gain a better understanding of a variety of spectroscopic techniques in these step-by-step guides. Let the experts show you new solutions to practiced problems using software provided on the interactive CD-ROM.
From reviews of first edition: "This text, and the accompanying exercises based on data contained on a CD-ROM, goes a long way to fill in the gaps and clarify misunderstandings about NMR processing." (Journal of Chemical Education) "The book is very thorough, detailed, extensively illustrated, and the directions about what to do with each spectrum and how to use each feature of the program are clear and explicit." (Chemtracts) "The book is very interesting for scientists who want to process the data they get from their NMR lab on their own PC, for those who want to archieve their own spectra electronically or who want to have an interface from NMR data to an electronic spectra interpretation program." (Food) "Presents necessary theoretical background, explains various processing strategies, and gives practical hints, examples, exercises, and problems... For use in university and technical courses, or for self-study." (Science & Tech Book News) "New users of Pulse FT-NMR will find it very valuable." (Choice) From reviews of second edition: "...introduces newcomers to nuclear magnetic resonance, perhaps the most popular technique to investigate molecular structure." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2001)
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