By Eberhard Breitmaier, Wolfgang Voelter, W. Voelter, E. Breitmeier
E. Breitmaier, W. Voelter Carbon-13 NMR Spectroscopy High-Resolution tools and functions in natural Chemistry and Biochemistry 3rd, thoroughly revised version New suggestions and elevated use of desktops have ended in swift improvement in 13C NMR spectroscopy with improved instrumental sensitivity and greater caliber of the spectra. This necessitated an entire revision whilst the 3rd version of this profitable monograph was once ready. the hot equipment defined contain these for multiplicity research and two-dimensional homo- or hetero-nuclear shift correlations. As within the moment variation, the authors survey the big variety of 13C NMR purposes to natural molecules and typical items in a consultant and systematic instead of an exhaustive method. New sections approximately coupling constants, organophosphorus and organometallic compounds in addition to man made polymers were further. The scope is still restricted to high-resolution equipment and molecular platforms.
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