Two dimensional NMR represents a significant achievement in the continuing effort to increase resolution in NMR spectroscopy. This book explains the fundamentals of this new technique and its analytical applications. It presents the necessary information, in pictorial form, for reading the "2D NMR, " and will enable the practicing chemist to solve problems and run experiments on a commercial spectrometer by using the software provided by the manufacturer.
Table of Contents
Fundamentals of 2D NMR Spectroscopy; Resolved 2D NMR Spectra; Correlated 2D NMR Spectra; Strategy for Using 2D NMR to Solve Chemical Problems; APPENDIXES: Physics of Pulsed NMR, a Simplified Vector Model; Fourier Transform, Phase Correction and Quadrature Detection; Rotating Frame of Reference, Phase Cycling; The Elements of the Pulse Sequence and the Vector Model; Elementary Pulse Sequences and Pulse Clusters; Fundamental 1D Experimental Considerations; Phase Cycling in 2D Experiments, Quadrature Detection During Evolution, N-and P-Type Detection, Pure Absorption Lineshapes; More on Phase Cycling, Comparison of Cycling Schemes; Experimental Details; Pulse Flip Angle Calibration.