Edited By: DL Andrews
325 pages, Figs, tabs
An interesting and enlightening book well worth the time for someone who is grounded in the basics of spectroscopy, yet interested in newer techniques and applications...particularly useful in providing breadth for those whose work has caused them to narrow their appreciation of spectroscopy to one area. (Spectroscopy) "This book should be on the bookshelves of all chemists whose daily work involves the practical application of spectroscopy to chemical analysis." (Fresenius' J. of Analytical Chem.) "...stands in style between an introduction to the various topics covered and near monographic treatments...meets a real need." (Faraday Transactions) "It covers an enormous amount of spectral theory and methodology in a condensed and readable format." (SIM News)
Contents: Chemical Applications of Molecular Spectroscopy - A Developing Perspective.- Recent Advances in Vibrational Spectroscopy.- Infrared Sampling Methods.- Electronic Absorption Spectroscopy: Theory and Prac- tice.- Luminescence Spectroscopy.- An Introduction to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Fluids.- Multinuclear High-Resolution NMR in Solids.- Principles and Techniques of Laser Spectroscopy.- Raman Spectroscopy.- Natural and Magnetic Circular Dichroism Spectroscopies.- Mass Spectrometry.- Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and Electron Nuclear Double Resonance Spectroscopy.- Index.
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