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Fourier Transforms in NMR, Optical and Mass Spectrometry

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By: A Marshall
Publisher: Elsevier
Fourier Transforms in NMR, Optical and Mass Spectrometry
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Written by spectroscopists for spectroscopists, here is a book which is not only a valuable handbook and reference work, but also an ideal teaching text for Fourier transform methods as they are applied in spectroscopy. It offers the first unified treatment of the three most popular types of FT/spectroscopy, with uniform notation and complete indexing of specialized terms. All mathematics is self-contained, and requires only a knowledge of simple calculus. The main emphasis is on pictures and physical analogs rather than detailed algebra. Instructive problems, presented at the end of each chapter, offer extensions of the basic treatment. Solutions are given or outlined for all problems. The book offers a wealth of practical information to spectroscopists. Non-ideal effects are treated in detail: noise (source- and detector-limited); non-linear response; limits to spectrometer performance based on finite detection period, finite data size, mis-phasing, etc. Common puzzles and paradoxes are explained: e.g. use of mathematically complex variables to represent physically real quantities; interpretation of negative frequency signals; on-resonance vs.

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1. Spectral Line Shape Derived from the Motion of a Damped Mass on a Spring. 2. Fourier Transforms for Analog (Continuous) Waveforms. 3. Fourier Transforms of Digital (Discrete) Waveforms. 4. Fourier Transform Spectrometry: Common Features. 5. Noise. 6. Non-FT Methods for Proceeding from Time- to Frequency-Domain. 7. Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry. 8. FT/NMR. 9. FT/Interferometry. 10. Epilog: Fourier Transforms in Other Types of Spectroscopy. References. Problems (at the end of each chapter). Solutions to problems. Appendices. Index.

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By: A Marshall
Publisher: Elsevier
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