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BASICS OF SPECTROSCOPY. Spectroscopy School,. MSSL, March 17‐18, . Frits Paerels. Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory. Columbia University, New. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library 5 NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY. THE PHYSICS. Looking for books on Spectroscopy? Check our section of free e-books and guides on Spectroscopy now! This page contains list of freely available E-books, .
Level Undergraduate. After a brief introduction -What is Spectroscopy?
As implied by the title, this is a book on basic spectroscopy. Rota- tional, vibrational and electronic absorption spectra and vibrational Raman spectra are discussed in the second half of the book.
I particularly liked the well-chosen spectra, which illustrate these latter chapters. Atomic spectra are covered in the chapter on quantization, but without any actual spectra.
More advanced types of spectroscopy, such as photoelectron, X-ray, NMR, and laser spectroscopy, are beyond the intention and coverage of this book. The book is well presented and consistent with guidelines for good student- centred learning practices.
Every chapter has a clear set of aims, worked problems, summary of key points and problems. An appendix gives worked answers to all the end-of-chapter problems.
Surface plasmon spectroscopy of organic monolayer assemblies. Investigation of pretransition phenomena in organic crystals by vibrational spectroscopy. Theory of photoelectron spectroscopy for organic molecules and their crystals.
Electron spin resonance spectroscopy of the organic conductor: The first edition was well supplement describing more advanced techniques and applications, and also covering topics related to the main theme of received and has been widely used by honours chemistry students and by those for whom organic chemistry is the chapter.
Thus, for example, the supplement to the infrared subsidiary to their main discipline. Other supplementary tation, particularly through the use of computers, and other material includes descriptions of advanced NMR techniques spectroscopic innovations that have taken place in the twelve years since the book first appeared make a revision timely.
The more advanced aspects. A brief introductory chapter dis- chapters end with brief bibliographies that list more cusses the electromagnetic spectrum. The heart of the book is specialised monographs covering both the main themes and the supplementary topics and catalogues of spectra. JONES using more than one complementarily.