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Organic Structures from Spectra [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781118325490Publication details: New York : Wiley, 2012.Edition: 5th edISBN:
  • 9781118325483
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: No title; Print version:: Organic Structures from SpectraDDC classification:
  • 543.17 543.5 543/.17
LOC classification:
  • QD272.S6 S74
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Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; CONTENTS; PREFACE; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; 1 INTRODUCTION; 1.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY; 1.2 CHROMOPHORES; 1.3 DEGREE OF UNSATURATION; 1.4 CONNECTIVITY; 1.5 SENSITIVITY; 1.6 PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS; 2 ULTRAVIOLET (UV) SPECTROSCOPY; 2.1 BASIC INSTRUMENTATION; 2.2 THE NATURE OF ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY; 2.3 QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY; 2.4 CLASSIFICATION OF UV ABSORPTION BANDS; 2.5 SPECIAL TERMS IN ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY; 2.6 IMPORTANT UV CHROMOPHORES; 2.7 THE EFFECT OF SOLVENTS
3 INFRARED (IR) SPECTROSCOPY3.1 ABSORPTION RANGE AND THE NATURE OF IR ABSORPTION; 3.2 EXPERIMENTAL ASPECTS OF INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY; 3.3 GENERAL FEATURES OF INFRARED SPECTRA; 3.4 IMPORTANT IR CHROMOPHORES; 4 MASS SPECTROMETRY; 4.1 IONISATION PROCESSES; 4.2 INSTRUMENTATION; 4.3 MASS SPECTRAL DATA; 4.4 REPRESENTATION OF FRAGMENTATION PROCESSES; 4.5 FACTORS GOVERNING FRAGMENTATION PROCESSES; 4.6 EXAMPLES OF COMMON TYPES OF FRAGMENTATION; 5 NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY; 5.1 THE PHYSICS OF NUCLEAR SPINS AND NMR INSTRUMENTS; 5.2 CONTINUOUS WAVE (CW) NMR SPECTROSCOPY
5.3 FOURIER-TRANSFORM (FT) NMR SPECTROSCOPY5.4 THE NUCLEAR OVERHAUSER EFFECT (NOE); 5.5 CHEMICAL SHIFT IN 1H NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 5.6 SPIN-SPIN COUPLING IN 1H NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 5.7 ANALYSIS OF 1H NMR SPECTRA; 5.8 CHANGING THE MAGNETIC FIELD IN NMR SPECTROSCPY; 5.9 RULES FOR SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF FIRST ORDER SPECTRA; 5.10 CORRELATION OF 1H - 1H COUPLING CONSTANTS WITH STRUCTURE; 6 13C NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 6.1 COUPLING AND DECOUPLING IN 13C NMR SPECTRA; 6.2 DETERMINING 13C SIGNAL MULTIPLICITY USING DEPT; 6.3 SHIELDING AND CHARACTERISTIC CHEMICAL SHIFTS IN 13C NMR SPECTRA
7 2-DIMENSIONAL NMR SPECTROSCOPY7.1 COSY (CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY); 7.2 THE HSQC (HETERONUCLEAR SINGLE QUANTUM CORRELATION) OR HSC (HETERONUCLEAR SHIFT CORRELATION) SPECTRUM; 7.3 HMBC (HETERONUCLEAR MULTIPLE BOND CORRELATION); 7.4 NOESY (NUCLEAR OVERHAUSER EFFECT SPECTROSCOPY); 7.5 TOCSY (TOTAL CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY); 8 MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS; 8.1 SOLVENTS FOR NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 8.2 SOLVENT INDUCED SHIFTS; 8.3 DYNAMIC PROCESSES IN NMR - THE NMR TIME-SCALE; 8.4 THE EFFECT OF CHIRALITY; 8.5 THE NMR SPECTRA OF ""OTHER NUCLEI""; 9 DETERMINING THE STRUCTURE OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS FROM SPECTRA
9.1 SOLVING PROBLEMS9.2 WORKED EXAMPLES; 10 PROBLEMS; 10.1 SPECTROSCOPIC IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; 10.2 THE ANALYSIS OF MIXTURES; 10.3 PROBLEMS IN 2-DIMENSIONAL NMR; 10.4 NMR SPECTRAL ANALYSIS; INDEX
Summary: The derivation of structural information from spectroscopic data is now an integral part of organic chemistry courses at all Universities. A critical part of any such course is a suitable set of problems to develop the student's understanding of how structures are determined from spectra. Organic Structures from Spectra, Fifth Edition is a carefully chosen set of more than 280 structural problems employing the major modern spectroscopic techniques, a selection of 27 problems using 2D-NMR spectroscopy, more than 20 problems specifically dealing with the interpretation of spin-
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; CONTENTS; PREFACE; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; 1 INTRODUCTION; 1.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY; 1.2 CHROMOPHORES; 1.3 DEGREE OF UNSATURATION; 1.4 CONNECTIVITY; 1.5 SENSITIVITY; 1.6 PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS; 2 ULTRAVIOLET (UV) SPECTROSCOPY; 2.1 BASIC INSTRUMENTATION; 2.2 THE NATURE OF ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY; 2.3 QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY; 2.4 CLASSIFICATION OF UV ABSORPTION BANDS; 2.5 SPECIAL TERMS IN ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY; 2.6 IMPORTANT UV CHROMOPHORES; 2.7 THE EFFECT OF SOLVENTS

3 INFRARED (IR) SPECTROSCOPY3.1 ABSORPTION RANGE AND THE NATURE OF IR ABSORPTION; 3.2 EXPERIMENTAL ASPECTS OF INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY; 3.3 GENERAL FEATURES OF INFRARED SPECTRA; 3.4 IMPORTANT IR CHROMOPHORES; 4 MASS SPECTROMETRY; 4.1 IONISATION PROCESSES; 4.2 INSTRUMENTATION; 4.3 MASS SPECTRAL DATA; 4.4 REPRESENTATION OF FRAGMENTATION PROCESSES; 4.5 FACTORS GOVERNING FRAGMENTATION PROCESSES; 4.6 EXAMPLES OF COMMON TYPES OF FRAGMENTATION; 5 NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY; 5.1 THE PHYSICS OF NUCLEAR SPINS AND NMR INSTRUMENTS; 5.2 CONTINUOUS WAVE (CW) NMR SPECTROSCOPY

5.3 FOURIER-TRANSFORM (FT) NMR SPECTROSCOPY5.4 THE NUCLEAR OVERHAUSER EFFECT (NOE); 5.5 CHEMICAL SHIFT IN 1H NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 5.6 SPIN-SPIN COUPLING IN 1H NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 5.7 ANALYSIS OF 1H NMR SPECTRA; 5.8 CHANGING THE MAGNETIC FIELD IN NMR SPECTROSCPY; 5.9 RULES FOR SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF FIRST ORDER SPECTRA; 5.10 CORRELATION OF 1H - 1H COUPLING CONSTANTS WITH STRUCTURE; 6 13C NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 6.1 COUPLING AND DECOUPLING IN 13C NMR SPECTRA; 6.2 DETERMINING 13C SIGNAL MULTIPLICITY USING DEPT; 6.3 SHIELDING AND CHARACTERISTIC CHEMICAL SHIFTS IN 13C NMR SPECTRA

7 2-DIMENSIONAL NMR SPECTROSCOPY7.1 COSY (CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY); 7.2 THE HSQC (HETERONUCLEAR SINGLE QUANTUM CORRELATION) OR HSC (HETERONUCLEAR SHIFT CORRELATION) SPECTRUM; 7.3 HMBC (HETERONUCLEAR MULTIPLE BOND CORRELATION); 7.4 NOESY (NUCLEAR OVERHAUSER EFFECT SPECTROSCOPY); 7.5 TOCSY (TOTAL CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY); 8 MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS; 8.1 SOLVENTS FOR NMR SPECTROSCOPY; 8.2 SOLVENT INDUCED SHIFTS; 8.3 DYNAMIC PROCESSES IN NMR - THE NMR TIME-SCALE; 8.4 THE EFFECT OF CHIRALITY; 8.5 THE NMR SPECTRA OF ""OTHER NUCLEI""; 9 DETERMINING THE STRUCTURE OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS FROM SPECTRA

9.1 SOLVING PROBLEMS9.2 WORKED EXAMPLES; 10 PROBLEMS; 10.1 SPECTROSCOPIC IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; 10.2 THE ANALYSIS OF MIXTURES; 10.3 PROBLEMS IN 2-DIMENSIONAL NMR; 10.4 NMR SPECTRAL ANALYSIS; INDEX

The derivation of structural information from spectroscopic data is now an integral part of organic chemistry courses at all Universities. A critical part of any such course is a suitable set of problems to develop the student's understanding of how structures are determined from spectra. Organic Structures from Spectra, Fifth Edition is a carefully chosen set of more than 280 structural problems employing the major modern spectroscopic techniques, a selection of 27 problems using 2D-NMR spectroscopy, more than 20 problems specifically dealing with the interpretation of spin-