Specific changes for the new edition will include
- A significantly expanded section on 2D NMR spectroscopy focusing on COSY, NOESY and CH-Correlation
- Incorporating new material into some tables to provide extra characteristic data for various classes of compounds
- Additional basic information on how to solve spectroscopic problems
- Providing new problems within the area of 10 2D NMR spectroscopy
- More problems at the ‘simpler’ end of the range
As with previous editions, this book combines basic theory, practical advice and sensible approaches to solving spectra problems. It will therefore continue to prove invaluable to students studying organic spectroscopy across a range of disciplines.
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About the Author
Professor Leslie D. Field, Professor of Chemistry, University of New South Wales, Australia, has built up an international reputation for his research on novel reagents containing coordinatively unsaturated transition metals and for his extensive work in the field of NMR spectroscopy including novel studies on heteronuclear coherence transfer and multiple quantum NMR. Field was Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Sydney 1990 to 2005 and Head of the School of Chemistry from 1997 to 2001. He has also been the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) at UNSW since April 2005.
Professor Sev Sternhel is Emeritus Professor of Chemistry (Organic), at University of Sydney, Australia. The author of approximately 200 scientific publications, he has chaired two panels of the Australian Research Council. Sternhel was Professor of Organic Chemistry from December 1977 until his retirement in 1999. His research interests are in organic chemistry and molecular engineering.
Dr John R. Kalman, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, University of Technology at Sydney, Australia has written articles for Journal of Forensic Sciences, Journal of Polymer Science and other journals.
Table of ContentsPREFACE.
LIST OF TABLES.
LIST OF FIGURES.
1.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY.
1.3 DEGREE OF UNSATURATION.
1.6 PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS.
2 ULTRAVIOLET (UV) SPECTROSCOPY.
2.1 BASIC INSTRUMENTATION.
2.2 THE NATURE OF ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY.
2.3 QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY.
2.4 CLASSIFICATION OF UV ABSORPTION BANDS.
2.5 SPECIAL TERMS IN ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY.
2.6 IMPORTANT UV CHROMOPHORES.
2.7 THE EFFECT OF SOLVENTS.
3 INFRARED (IR) SPECTROSCOPY.
3.1 ABSORPTION RANGE AND THE NATURE OF IR ABSORPTION.
3.2 EXPERIMENTAL ASPECTS OF INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY.
3.3 GENERAL FEATURES OF INFRARED SPECTRA.
3.4 IMPORTANT IR CHROMOPHORES.
4 MASS SPECTROMETRY.
4.1 IONIZATION PROCESSES.
4.3 MASS SPECTRAL DATA.
4.4 REPRESENTATION OF FRAGMENTATION PROCESSES.
4.5 FACTORS GOVERNING FRAGMENTATION PROCESSES.
4.6 EXAMPLES OF COMMON TYPES OF FRAGMENTATION.
5 NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY.
5.1 THE PHYSICS OF NUCLEAR SPINS AND NMR INSTRUMENTS.
5.2 CONTINUOUS WAVE (CW) NMR SPECTROSCOPY.
5.3 FOURIER-TRANSFORM (FT) NMR SPECTROSCOPY.
5.4 CHEMICAL SHIFT IN 1H NMR SPECTROSCOPY.
5.5 SPIN-SPIN COUPLING IN 1H NMR SPECTROSCOPY.
5.6 ANALYSIS OF 1H NMR SPECTRA.
5.7 RULES FOR SPECTRAL ANALYSIS.
6 13C NMR SPECTROSCOPY.
6.1 COUPLING AND DECOUPLING IN 13C NMR SPECTRA.
6.2 DETERMINING 13C SIGNAL MULTIPLICITY USING DEPT.
6.3 SHIELDING AND CHARACTERISTIC CHEMICAL SHIFTS IN 13C NMR SPECTRA.
7 MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS.
7.1 DYNAMIC PROCESSES IN NMR - THE NMR TIME-SCALE.
7.2 THE EFFECT OF CHIRALITY.
7.3 THE NUCLEAR OVERHAUSER EFFECT (NOE).
7.4 TWO DIMENSIONAL NMR.
7.5 THE NMR SPECTRA OF "OTHER NUCLEI".
7.6 SOLVENT - INDUCED SHIFTS.
8 DETERMINING THE STRUCTURE OF ORGANIC MOLECULES FROM SPECTRA.
9.1 ORGANIC STRUCTURES FROM SPECTRA.
9.2 THE ANALYSIS OF MIXTURES.
9.3 PROBLEMS IN 2-DIMENSIONAL NMR.
9.4 NMR SPECTRAL ANALYSIS.