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lv, 1000 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
  • v. 1. Applications in chemistry, biological and marine sciences
  • v. 2. Applications in medical and pharmaceutical sciences
  • v. 3. Applications in materials science and food science.
"Modern Magnetic Resonance" provides a unique and comprehensive resource on up-to-date uses and applications of magnetic resonance techniques in the sciences, including chemistry, biology, materials, food, medicine, pharmaceuticals and marine sciences. The widespread appeal of MMR methods for revealing information at the molecular and microscopic levels is noted and examples are provided from the chemical and other sciences. Until now, there has been no single publication that covers all the areas encompassed by "Modern Magnetic Resonance", by bringing together the various techniques and their applications in many scientific areas, the internationally renowned editors have created a resource of broad appeal to the scientific community. The book includes: High resolution solid and liquid state NMR; Low resolution NMR; Solution State NMR; Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Electron Spin Resonance; and many applications taken from all of the chemical and related sciences.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781402038945 20160528
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xvi, 359 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Mathematical and Quantum-Mechanical Background-- General Two-Spin (1/2,1/2) Systems-- NMR Two-Spin (1/2,1/2) Systems-- ESR Two-Spin (1/2, 1/2) Systems-- Anisotropic Hamiltonians-- Multispin Systems-- High-Spin Systems-- Mossbauer Resonance-- Atomic Spectra and Crystal Field Theory-- Line Shapes-- Double Resonance-- Electron Nuclear Double Resonance-- Electron-Electron Double Resonance-- Dynamic Polarization-- Nuclear-Nuclear Double Resonance-- Acoustic, Muon and Optical Magnetic Resonance-- Spin Labels-- Fourier Transform Nuclear Magnetic Resonance-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471815303 20160528
This second edition stresses important aspects of magnetic resonance theory that are of increasing importance to the research worker. The book presents mathematical background and the basic prototype two-spin 1/2-1/2 Hamiltonian treatment as a building block to the more specialized subjects developed: higher spins and anistropies, applications to atomic spectra, crystal field theory, Mossbauer resonance, types of double resonance, and dynamic polarization. Specialized extensions are then discussed at length, with the advantage of showing clearly their relationships to the main body of magnetic resonance theory: ENDOR, ELDOR, polarization, spin labels, saturation transfer and Fourier transform methods, and NMR imaging. Much of this material is treated by means of the uniform formalism based on the direct product matrix expansion technique.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471815303 20160528
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xv, 452 p. illus. 23 cm.
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xii, 220 p. illus. 23 cm.
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v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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xxxiii, 605 p. : diagrs., graphs ; 30 cm.
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2 v. (x, 589 p.) illus. 30 cm.
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12. Advances in magnetic resonance [1965 - 1990]

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14 v. ; 24 cm.
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xiv, 760 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Methods-- materials-- medicine and biology-- diffusion and flow-- geology and ecology-- hardware-- tutorials.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527296378 20160527
This text provides comprehensive coverage of magnetic resonance imaging. Focusing on nonclinical applications, readers learn about the possibilities, limitations and strengths of magnetic resonance methods in a range of fields, from materials science, medicine, biology, to geology and ecology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527296378 20160527
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
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xxxi, 650 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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1194 p. with figs., 2 leaves of tables. 22 cm.
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xxii, 372 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
  • Preface 1. What Is Spectroscopy? 2. Elementary Aspects of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) 3. Elementary Aspects of NMR II. Fourier Transform NMR 4. Nuclear Spin Relaxation and the Nuclear Overhauser Effect 5. Classical and Quantum Descriptions of NMR Experiments in Liquids 6. Density Operator and Product Operator Descriptions of NMR Experiments in Liquids 7. Homonuclear Two-Dimensional NMR Experiments and Coherence Selection 8. Heteronuclear Correlations In NMR 9. Building Blocks for Multidimensional NMR and Special Considerations for Biological Applications of NMR 10. NMR under Anisotropic Conditions: NMR in the Solid State and Ordered Fluids 11. Relaxation Revisited: Dynamic Processes and Paramagnetism 12. Diffusion, Imaging and Flow Appendix A. Time-Dependent Perturbations Appendix B. Density Matrix Formalism and the Relaxation Supermatrix.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815341031 20160528
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy is a dynamic way for scientists of all kinds to investigate the physical, chemical, and biological properties of matter. Its many applications make it a versatile tool previously subject to monolithic treatment in reference-style texts. Based on a course taught for over ten years at Brandeis University, this is the first textbook on NMR spectroscopy for a one-semester course or self-instruction. In keeping with the authors' efforts to make it a useful textbook, they have included problems at the end of each chapter. The book not only covers the latest developments in the field, such as GOESY (Gradient Enhanced Overhauser Spectroscopy) and multidimensional NMR, but includes practical examples using real spectra and associated problem sets. Assuming the reader has a background of chemistry, physics and calculus, this textbook will be ideal for graduate students in chemistry and biochemistry, as well as biology, physics, and biophysics. "NMR for Physical and Biological Scientists" will also be useful to medical schools, research facilities, and the many chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotech firms that offer in-house instruction on NMR spectroscopy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815341031 20160528
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xii, 278 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Introduction-- 2. Excitation of magnetic resonance-- 3. Detection of magnetic resonance-- 4. Relaxation-- 5. Sensitivity-- 6. Resolving power-- 7. The Chemical Shift-- 8. Spin-spin coupling-- 9. Spin Echoes-- 10. NMR in solids-- 11. Two-dimensional spectroscopy-- 12. Magnetic resonance imaging-- 13. How safe is magnetic resonance imaging-- 14. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy-- 15. High-resolution NMR of body fluids-- 16. The search for new drugs-- 17. Functional imaging of the brain.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199260614 20160528
Magnetic resonance (MR) measures the tiny radio frequency signals emitted by the nucleus of the atom when living or inanimate material is placed in a magnetic field. On the one hand, these signals allow scientists to picture the architecture of molecules too small to be seen under the most powerful microscope, while on the other hand they give medical doctors a detailed picture of the internal structure of the human body without resorting to surgery of any kind. These two applications (high-resolution NMR spectroscopy and the MRI scanner) seem to be worlds apart, but the underlying physical principles are the same, and it makes sense to treat them together. Chemists and clinicians who use magnetic resonance have much to learn about each other's specialities if they are to make the best use of magnetic resonance technology. Many in the medical fraternity will benefit from a general appreciation of how high-resolution NMR has advanced our understanding of human biochemistry, diagnostic medicine, and the search for new drugs. A broad general understanding of magnetic resonance should prove of interest to doctors who make use of the MRI scanner, and to those of their patients who wish to learn more about these daunting machines, even if it is only the question of their own personal safety. At the other end of the spectrum, chemists and biochemists who use high-resolution NMR spectroscopy in their everyday investigations will benefit by broadening their horizons to cover the exciting new developments in MR imaging and in vivo spectroscopy, as one justification for their research is the eventual benefit to health care. Finally, anyone interested in how the human mind works (cognitive neuroscience) will find a chapter devoted to the exciting new developments in functional magnetic resonance imaging of the brain. Each disparate group has something useful to learn from the others. The treatment is pictorial rather than mathematical.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199260614 20160528
Magnetic resonance (MR) makes use of tiny radio signals emitted by the nucleus of the atom. There are two important applications - chemistry, where MR allows us to visualise the architecture of molecules, and medicine, where it provides a clear picture of human anatomy without the need for invasive surgery. This is the first unified treatment of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) in chemistry and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in medicine, written for a broad non-specialist readership by one of the world's foremost NMR spectroscopists.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199262250 20160528
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xxvii, 914 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
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viii, 167 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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xii, 497 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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