This book is about pulse nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), with its techniques, the information to be obtained, and practical advice on performing experiments. The emphasis is on the motivation and physical ideas underlying NMR experiments and the actual techniques, including the hardware used. The level is generally suitable for those to whom pulse NMR is a new technique, be they students in chemistry or physics on the one hand and research workers in biology, geology, or agriculture, on the other. The book can be used for a senior or first year graduate course where it could supplement the standard NMR texts.
Table of Contents
* Basics of Pulse and Fourier Transform NMR * Details of Pulse and Fourier Transform NMR * Relaxation * NMR of Solids * NMR Hardware * Practical Techniques * Postscript