Paramagnetic Complexes in High Resolution NMR Spectroscopy

V.K. Voronov and A.V. Podoplelov
Irkutsk State Technical University, Russia

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI013000




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The monograph covers theoretical aspects of the method based on the analysis of NMR spectra transformed by electron-nuclear or hyperfine coupling, and provides examples of its practical application for the solution of different tasks related to structure and intramolecular dynamics of multi-electron systems. The fundamentals of NMR theory in paramagnetic systems were formulated by Blombergen, McConnell, Solomon, Berkheyn and other researchers. However, wide application of HFC specifics for the solution of diverse chemical tasks was triggered later, after the development of a method for analysis of NMR spectra transformed by additives of paramagnetic complexes.

The book consists of three chapters. Chapter 1 discloses the fundamentals of high resolution NMR spectra transformed by hyperfine coupling. The two other chapters illustrate fruitfulness and prospects of the application of NMR phenomenon in paramagnetic systems for studying molecular structure. Examples of specific spectra, analyzed in the monograph, are selected in such a way that they could help a reader understand a circle of possible problems which are solved using peculiarities of the NMR phenomenon in paramagnetic systems. The same examples also illustrate the techniques which can be employed for obtaining information on the molecular structure of both ligands and complexes using their NMR spectra transformed by hyperfine coupling.
(Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1. Application of Nmr Spectra of Paramagnetic Systems for Structural Studies of Organic Ligands

Chapter 2. Method of Paramagnetic Additives

Chapter 3. Application of Complex Formation Process in Structural Studies




"The book is well organized and written. The volume of factual evidence, contained in this rather small book, is especially impressive. List of references, including almost three hundred publications, is also striking. No doubt that the monograph will be of keen interest for the experts applying methods of nuclear magnetic resonance in their research. It will be useful to physical chemists, who wish to get acquainted with one of the most powerful modern methods for structural studies at the molecular level." - Reviewed by B.A. Trofimov, Head of Research of A.E. Favorsky Irkutsk Institute of Chemistry (SB RAS), Russia

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