By P.K. Agrawal
This precise treatise is written for chemists who're now not NMR spectroscopists yet who desire to use carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy. It indicates why size of carbon-13 NMR is required and explains how the strategy can - or should still - be used for speedy characterization of flavonoids, the most varied and common teams of typical constituents.
The first a part of the e-book offers history info and dialogue of the fundamental features of flavonoids and carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy and demonstrates its major position within the revision of numerous past demonstrated chemical constructions. It discusses quite a few one- and two-dimensional NMR spectroscopic concepts and different proper experimental methodologies for the translation of spectral information which allow person resonance strains to be linked to the suitable carbons in a molecule. the second one half offers a finished insurance of the carbon-13 chemical shifts of assorted sessions and subclasses of flavonoids. It additionally illustrates how you can make the most of carbon-13 information to achieve info for the decision of the character, quantity and placement of any substituent in flavonoids. important details for the differential and entire constitution elucidation of some of the periods of flavonoids by means of carbon-13 NMR defensive information is defined in-depth within the 3rd a part of the book.
The ebook should be welcomed by way of all these operating in normal product chemistry who will get pleasure from the non-mathematical strategy and the truth that the sort of wealth of theoretical and sensible info has been assembled in one volume.
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