Apperley, David C.

Solid-state NMR basic principles & practice / [electronic resource] : David C. Apperley, Robin K. Harris & Paul Hodgkinson. - [New York, N.Y.] (222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017) : Momentum Press, 2012. - 1 electronic text (xiv, 276 p.) : ill., digital file.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface -- About the authors -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 The utility of NMR -- 1.2 A preview of solid-state NMR spectra -- 1.3 The solid state -- 1.4 Polymorphism, solvates, co-crystals & host:guest systems -- 1.5 NMR of solids & the periodic table -- 2. Basic NMR concepts for solids -- 2.1 Nuclear spin magnetization -- 2.2 Tensors -- 2.3 Shielding -- 2.4 Indirect coupling -- 2.5 Dipolar coupling -- 2.6 Quadrupolar coupling -- 2.7 Magic-angle spinning -- 2.8 Relaxation -- 3. Spin-1/2 nuclei: a practical guide -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The vector model & the rotating frame of reference -- 3.3 The components of an NMR experiment -- 3.4 Cross polarization -- 3.5 High-resolution spectra from 1H (& 19F) -- 4. Quantum mechanics of solid-state NMR -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Hamiltonians of NMR -- 4.3 The density matrix -- 4.4 Density operator treatments of simple NMR experiments -- 4.5 The density matrix for coupled spins -- 4.6 Euler angles & spherical tensors -- 4.7 Additional analytical tools -- 5. Going further with spin-1/2 solid-state NMR -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Linewidths in solid-state NMR -- 5.3 Exploiting indirect (J) couplings in solids -- 5.4 Spectral correlation experiments -- 5.5 Homonuclear decoupling -- 5.6 Using correlation experiments for spectral assignment -- 5.7 Further applications -- 6. Quadrupolar nuclei -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Characteristics of first-order quadrupolar spectra -- 6.3 First-order energy levels & spectra -- 6.4 Second-order zero-asymmetry cases -- 6.5 Spectra for cases with non-zero asymmetry: central transition -- 6.6 Recording one-dimensional spectra of quadrupolar nuclei -- 6.7 Manipulating the quadrupolar effect -- 6.8 Spectra for integral spins -- 7. Relaxation, exchange & quantitation -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Relaxation -- 7.3 Exchange -- 7.4 Quantitative NMR -- 7.5 Paramagnetic systems -- 8. Analysis & interpretation -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Quantitative measurement of anisotropies -- 8.3 Measurement of dipolar couplings -- 8.4 Quantifying indirect (J) couplings -- 8.5 Tensor interplay -- 8.6 Effects of quadrupolar nuclei on spin-1/2 spectra -- 8.7 Quantifying relationships between tensors -- 8.8 NMR crystallography -- Appendices -- A. The spin properties of spin-1/2 nuclides -- B. The spin properties of quadrupolar nuclides -- C. Liouville space, relaxation & exchange -- C.1 Introduction to Liouville space -- C.2 Application to relaxation -- C.3 Application to chemical exchange -- D. Introduction to solid-state NMR simulation -- D.1 Specifying the spin system -- D.2 Specifying the powder sampling -- D.3 Specifying the pulse sequence -- D.4 Efficiency of calculation -- Index.

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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has proved to be a uniquely powerful and versatile spectroscopy, and no modern university chemistry department or industrial chemistry laboratory is complete without a suite of NMR spectrometers. The phenomenon of nuclear spin may seem an odd basis for an analytical tool, but it is the relative isolation of the nuclear spin from its surroundings that makes it an ideal noninterfering probe of the electronic environment. Different sites are clearly identified by their chemical shifts, while J couplings in 1H spectra provide connectivity information. The combination of these two complementary interactions, plus the formidable array of different NMR experiments developed since the arrival of Fourier transform NMR in 1966, has revolutionized the practice of chemistry.




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9781606503522 (electronic bk.) 1606503529 (electronic bk.)

10.5643/9781606503522 doi


Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

Solid-state NMR Magic-angle spinning Solid-state structure NMR crystallography Cross polarization Quadrupolar nuclei

QD96.N8 / A668 2012

543.0877