Intended as an introduction to magnetic resonance, but equally useful for physics majors, this book is designed primarily for first-year chemistry graduate students and advanced senior undergraduates. The chief claim is to present, in a clear and concise manner, the most important principles and applications of the two kinds of magnetic resonance: nuclear magnetic resonance (N.M.R.) and electron spin resonance (E.S.R.), both of which depend upon the same fundamental principles. The first text to treat both topics in a single volume, Introduction to Magnetic Resonance also contains the first up-to-date account of triplet state E.S.R. work. Difficult points are not evaded; theory is presented simply. Some knowledge of quantum mechanics and matrix algebra is presupposed; the mathematics is kept as simple as possible. Methods are illustrated with key examples form current research. A well-balanced and coherent account of the subject.
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Book Description Joanna Cotler Books, 1967. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110063561077