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Structural methods in molecular inorganic chemistry

Author: David W H Rankin; Carole A Morrison; Norbert W Mitzel
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2013.
Series: Inorganic chemistry (John Wiley & Sons)
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"Structural Methods in Molecular Inorganic Chemistry is designed to help readers interpret experimental data, understand the material published in modern journals of inorganic chemistry, and make decisions about what techniques will be the most useful in solving particular structural problems"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Rankin, David W.H.
Structural methods in molecular inorganic chemistry
(DLC) 2012029024
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David W H Rankin; Carole A Morrison; Norbert W Mitzel
ISBN: 9780470975572 0470975571
OCLC Number: 810442747
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 475 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Structural Methods in Molecular Inorganic Chemistry; Contents; Preface; Companion Website; Acknowledgements; Biographies; 1. Determining Structures --
How and Why; 1.1 Structural chemistry --
where did it come from?; 1.2 Asking questions about structure; 1.3 Answering questions about structure; 1.4 Plan of the book; 1.5 Supplementary information; 2. Tools and Concepts; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 How structural chemistry techniques work; 2.3 Symmetry; 2.3.1 Symmetry operations and elements; 2.3.2 Point groups; 2.3.3 Characters, character tables and symmetry species; 2.4 Electron density. 2.5 Potential-energy surfaces2.6 Timescales; 2.7 Structural definitions; 2.8 Sample preparation; 2.8.1 Unstable species; 2.8.2 Solutions in supercritical fluids; 2.8.3 Involatile species; 2.8.4 Variable temperature and pressure measurements; 2.9 Quantitative measurements; 2.10 Instrumentation; 2.10.1 Radiation sources; 2.10.2 Detectors; 2.11 Data analysis; 2.11.1 Fourier transformation; 2.11.2 Experimental errors and uncertainties; 2.11.3 Least-squares refinement; 2.11.4 Database mining; Review questions; Discussion problems; References; 3. Theoretical Methods; 3.1 Introduction. 3.8 Comparing theory with experiment: molecular properties3.8.1 Vibrational spectra; 3.8.2 NMR, EPR and Mössbauer spectra; 3.8.3 Molecular orbitals; 3.8.4 Electronic spectra; 3.8.5 Modeling solvent effects; 3.9 Combining theory and experiment; Review questions; Discussion problems; References; 4. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The nuclear magnetic resonance phenomenon; 4.3 Experimental set-up; 4.3.1 NMR spectrometers; 4.3.2 Sample preparation; 4.3.3 Continuous wave and Fourier transform spectra; 4.4 The pulse technique; 4.4.1 Inducing magnetization by a pulse. 4.4.2 Relaxation of magnetization after a pulse4.4.3 Free induction decay and Fourier transformation; 4.5 Information from chemical shifts; 4.5.1 General principles; 4.5.2 Proton chemical shifts; 4.5.3 Chemical shifts of other elements; 4.6 Information from NMR signal intensities; 4.7 Simple splitting patterns due to coupling between nuclear spins; 4.7.1 First-order spectra of spin-1/2 isotopes of 100% abundance; 4.7.2 Nuclear spin systems; 4.7.3 Coupling to spin-1/2 isotopes of low abundance; 4.7.4 Spectra of spin-1/2 isotopes of low abundance; 4.7.5 Coupling to quadrupolar nuclei.
Series Title: Inorganic chemistry (John Wiley & Sons)
Responsibility: David W.H. Rankin, Norbert W. Mitzel, Carole A. Morrison.

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