Organic Structural Spectroscopy: Pearson

Organic Structural Spectroscopy: Pearson

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Utgivelsesår 2013
Forlag Pearson Education Limited
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781292054056
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Om Organic Structural Spectroscopy: Pearson

Chapter 1 Introduction1-1 The Spectroscopic Approach to Structure Determination1-2 Contributions of Different Forms of Spectroscopy1-3 The Electromagnetic Spectrum1-4 Molecular Weight and Molecular Formula1-5 Structural Isomers and StereoisomersProblemsPart I NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPYChapter 2 Introduction2-1 Magnetic Properties of Nuclei2-2 The Chemical Shift2-3 Excitation and Relaxation2-4 Pulsed Experiments2-5 The Coupling Constant2-6 Quantification and Complex Splitting2-7 Commonly Studied Nuclides2-8 Dynamic Effects2-9 Spectra of Solids2-10 Experimental MethodsProblemsTips on Solving NMR ProblemsBibliographyChapter 3 The Chemical Shift3-1 Factors That Influence Proton Shifts3-2 Proton Chemical Shifts and Structure3-3 Medium and Isotope Effects3-4 Factors That Influence Carbon Shirts3-5 Carbon Chemical Shifts and Structure3-6 Tables of Chemical ShiftsProblemsFurther Tips on Solving NMR ProblemsBibliographyChapter 4 The Coupling Constant4-1 First-Order Spectra4-2 Chemical and Magnetic Equivalence4-3 Signs and Mechanisms4-4 Couplings over One Bond4-5 Geminal Couplings4-6 Vicinal Couplings4-7 Long-Range Couplings4-8 Spectral Analysis4-9 Second-Order Spectra4-10 Tables of Coupling ConstantsProblemsBibliographyChapter 5 Further Topics in One-Dimensional NMR5-1 Spin-Lattice and Spin-Spin Relaxation5-2 Reactions on the NMR Time Scale5-3 Multiple Resonance5-4 The Nuclear Overhauser Effect5-5 Spectral Editing5-6 Sensitivity Enhancement5-7 Carbon Connectivity5-8 Phase Cycling, Composite Pulses, and Shaped PulsesProblemsBibliographyChapter 6 Two-Dimensional NMR6-1 Proton-Proton Correlation Through Coupling6-2 Proton-Heteronucleus Correlation6-3 Proton-Proton Correlation Through Space or Chemical Exchange6-4 Carbon-Carbon Correlation6-5 Higher Dimensions6-6 Pulsed Field Gradients6-7 Summary of Two-Dimensional MethodsProblemsBibliographyPart II MASS SPECTROMETRYChapter 7 Instrumentation and Theory7-1 Introduction7-2 Ionization Methods7-3 Mass Analysis7-4 Sample PreparationChapter 8 Ion Activation and Fragmentation8-1 Basic Principles8-2 Methods and Energetics 8-3 Functional GroupsChapter 9 Structural Analysis9-1 Molecular Weights9-2 Molecular Formula9-3 Structures from Fragmentation Patterns9-4 PolymersChapter 10 Quantitative Applications10-1 Quantification of Analytes10-2 ThermochemistryPart III VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPYChapter 11 Introduction11-1 Introduction11-2 Vibrations of Molecules11-3 Infrared and Raman Spectra11-4 Units and Notation11-5 Infrared Spectra: Dispersive and Fourier Transform11-6 Sampling Methods for Infrared Transmission Spectra11-7 Raman Spectroscopy11-8 Raman Sampling Methods11-9 Depolarization Measurements11-10 Infrared Reflection SpectroscopyProblemsBibliographyChapter 12 Group Frequencies12-1 Introduction12-2 Factors Affecting Group Frequencies12-3 Infrared Group Frequencies12-4 Raman Group Frequencies12-5 Preliminary Analysis12-6 The CH Stretching Region (3340-2700 cm- 1)12-7 The Carbonyl Stretching Region (1850-1650 cm-1)12-8 Aromatic Compounds12-9 Compounds Containing Methyl Groups12-10 Compounds Containing Methylene Groups12-11 Unsaturated Compounds12-12 Compounds Containing Oxygen12-13 Compounds Containing Nitrogen12-14 Compounds Containing Phosphorus and Sulfur12-15 Heterocyclic Compounds12-16 Compounds Containing Halogens12-17 Boron, Silicon, Tin, Lead, and Mercury Compounds12-18 Isotopically Labeled Compounds12-19 Using the Literature on Vibrational SpectroscopyProblemsBibliographyPart IV ELECTRONIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPYChapter 13 Introduction and Experimental Methods13-1 Introduction13-2 Measurement of Ultraviolet-Visible Light Absorption13-3 Quantitative Measurements13-4 Electronic Transitions13-5 Experimental AspectsProblemsBibliographyChapter 14 Structural Analysis14-1 Isolated Chromophores14-2 Conjugated Chromophores14-3 Aromatic Compounds14-4 Important Naturally Occurring Chromophores14- 5 The Woodward-Fieser Rules14-6 Steric Effects14-7 Solvent Effects and Dynamic Equilibria14-8 Hydrogen Bonding Studies14-9 Homoconjugation14-10 Charge Transfer Band14-11 Worked ProblemsProblemsBibliographyChapter 15 Integrated Problems


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