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Introduction to Spectroscopy, Third Edition

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By: Donald Pavia, Gary Lampman and George Kriz
415 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Harcourt College
Introduction to Spectroscopy, Third Edition
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  • Introduction to Spectroscopy, Third Edition ISBN: 9780030319617 Paperback Dec 2000 Out of Print #111394
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Covering important spectroscopic techniques used in the study of organic chemistry, this third edition is suitable to be used as the main text in a spectroscopy course, or as a supplement in a second year organic chemistry course. The text covers high resolution 300-MHz NMR spectra which replaces the older 60-MHz spectra. There is a survey section on 1H-NMR which provides a qualitative treatment of spectra by functional group, as well as a discussion on cross polarization in the 13C-NMR spectra and a "How to Solve Mass Spectrometry Problems" section.

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Molecular formulas and what can be learned from them; infrared spectroscopy; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Part One Basic concepts: nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Part Two Carbon-13 spectra, including heteronuclear coupling with other nuclei: nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Part Three Spin-spin coupling: nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Part Four Other topics in one-dimensional nmr: ultraviolet spectroscopy; mass spectrometry; combined structure problems; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Part Five Advanced nmr techniques.

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Textbook Out of Print
By: Donald Pavia, Gary Lampman and George Kriz
415 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Harcourt College
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