1850 pages, 118 tables
Modern Magnetic Resonance provides a unique and comprehensive resource on up-to-date uses and applications of magnetic resonance techniques in the sciences, including chemistry, biological science, materials science, food science, medicine, pharmacueticals and marine science.
The widespread appeal of MMR methods for revealing information at the molecular and microscopic levels is noted and examples are provided from the chemical and other sciences.
Until now, there has been no single publication that covers all the areas encompassed by "Modern Magnetic Resonance". By bringing together the various techniques and their applications in many scientific areas, the internationally reknowned Editors have created a resource of broad appeal to the scientific community.
Volume 1: Applications in Chemistry
Volume 2: Applications in Biological, Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Volume 3: Applications in Materials, Food and Marine Sciences
- High resolution solid and liquid state NMR
- Low resolution NMR
- Solution State NMR
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Electron Spin Resonance
- Many applications taken from all of the chemical and related sciences
Active research workers in chemistry, biology, materials, food, medicine and healthcare, pharmaceutical and marine studies; libraries with sections on chemistry, medicine, materials, food science, pharmaceuticals, biological science and marine science; chemistry departments with research activities
- Volume I: Chemistry
- Volume II: Biological Sciences. Medical Uses. Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Volume III: Materials Science. Food Science. Marine Science
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Graham A. Webb has been actively engaged in research involving many aspects of NMR for about 25 years both at University College London and the University of Surrey, where he became a Professor of Physical Chemistry. During this time he has authored more than 400 published primary research papers, given presentations at about 200 international conferences dealing with NMR and supervised about 70 Ph.D. theses. He has been Editor of Annual Reports on NMR since 1975; the latest Volume to appear is number 55. In addition, he has edited The Royal Society of Chemistry Specialist Periodical Reports on NMR since 1978; the latest Volume is number 35. Professor Webb has also organised the biennial international conferences on Applications of NMR in Food Science since 1984.