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    Author(s)Jeffrey H Simpson
    PublisherELSEVIER
    ISBN9780120885220
    Pages384
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearSeptember 2008

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    ELSEVIER Organic Structure Determination Using 2-D NMR Spectroscopy A Prom Based Approach by Jeffrey H Simpson

    Organic Structure Determination Using 2-D NMR Spectroscopy is a primary text for a course in NMR techniques, with the goal to learn to identify organic molecular structure. It presents strategies for assigning resonances to known structures and for deducing structures of unknown organic molecules based on their NMR spectra. It contains 20 known and 20 unknown structure determination problems and features a supporting website from which instructors can download the structures of the unknowns in selected chapters, digital versions of all figures, and raw data sets for processing. Many other books describe the methods used, but none offer a large number of problems. Instructors at universities and colleges are forced to cobble together problems from a wide range of sources. The fragmentary approach to assembling course materials has a negative impact on course continuity and thus adversely impacts student retention.