Spectroscopic Method in Organic Chemistry is a well established introductory guide to the interpretation of ultraviolet, infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectra of organic compounds. It can be used as a textbook for a first course in the application of these techniques to structure determination, as well as a handbook for synthetic organic chemists. Updates to the new edition are as follows: Structure: The same structure will be retained in this new edition. There will be five chapters – UV, IR, NMR and MS, followed by examples and problems. New edition content: The first four chapters have been completely rewritten to reflect changes that have taken place since the current edition published. Key changes include: • Coverage of UV and IR Spectra is more concise. • Coverage of NMR has been expanded. • Coverage of MS has been made more relevant to the everyday application of this technique. • IR Chapter has been restructured so that the spectra are displayed where they are being discussed, rather than at the end of the chapter. • Examples. All 60 MHz spectra have been replaced with new examples at 400 MHz or more.
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This book concentrates on the practical aspects of using spectroscopic techniques to solve structural problems. It is written at a level for an advanced undergraduate or graduate course in applied spectroscopy. It describes the uses of the four spectroscopic methods: UV, IR, NMR and Mass Spectra in organic chemistry.From the Publisher:
Includes more worked examples and problems for the structure determination of organic molecules
Provides a point of reference for the interpretation of IR, UV, NMR, and mass spectra
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1980. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 3rd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX007084108X