Author: Donald L. Pavia,Gary M. Lampman,George S. Kriz,James A. Vyvyan
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Introduce your students to the latest advances in spectroscopy with the text that has set the standard in the field for more than three decades: INTRODUCTION TO SPECTROSCOPY, 5e, by Donald L. Pavia, Gary M. Lampman, George A. Kriz, and James R. Vyvyan. Whether you use the book as a primary text in an upper-level spectroscopy course or as a companion book with an organic chemistry text, your students will receive an unmatched, systematic introduction to spectra and basic theoretical concepts in spectroscopic methods. This acclaimed resource features up-to-date spectra; a modern presentation of one-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy; an introduction to biological molecules in mass spectrometry; and coverage of modern techniques alongside DEPT, COSY, and HECTOR. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
A Guide for Students of Organic Chemistry
Author: Donald L. Pavia,Gary M. Lampman,George S. Kriz
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
A true introductory text for learning the spectroscopic techniques of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Infrared, Ultraviolet and Mass Spectrometry. It can be used in a stand alone spectroscopy course or as a supplement to the sophomore-level organic chemistry course.
Introduction to Spectroscopy
Author: Cengage Learning
This is the fifth edition of a textbook in spectroscopy intended for students of organic chemistry. Our textbook can serve as a supplement for the typical organic chemistry lecture textbook or as a stand-alone textbook for an advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate course in spectroscopic methods. This book is also a useful tool for students engaged in research. Our aim is not only to teach students to interpret spectra, but also to present basic theoretical concepts. As with the previous editions, we have tried to focus on the important aspects of each spectroscopic technique without dwelling excessively on theory or complex mathematical analyses. This book is a continuing evolution of materials that we use in our own courses, both as a supplement to our organic chemistry lecture course series and also as the principal textbook in our upper division and graduate courses in spectroscopic methods and advanced NMR techniques. Explanations and examples that we have found to be effective in our courses have been incorporated into this edition. NEW TO THIS EDITION This fifth edition of Introduction to Spectroscopy contains some important changes. The material on mass spectrometry has been moved closer to the front of the text and divided into two more easily digested chapters. Material on some newer sampling and ionization methods is included, as are additional methods of structural analysis using fragmentation patterns. All of the chapters dealing with nuclear magnetic resonance have been gathered together into sequential chapters. Expanded discussions of diastereotopic systems and heteronuclear coupling are included, as is a revised discussion of solvent effects in NMR. Additional practice problems have been added to each of the chapters. We have included some additional solved problems, too, so that students can better develop strategies and skills for solving spectroscopy problems. The problems that are marked with an asterisk (*) have solutions included in the Answers to Selected Problems following Chapter 11. We wish to alert persons who adopt this book that answers to all of the problems are available online from the publisher. Authorization to gain access to the website may be obtained through the local Cengage textbook representative. ADVICE FOR STUDENTS Success in working out the solutions to spectroscopy problems comes more easily and is more enjoyable by following some simple suggestions: 1. Carefully study the solved examples that may be found at the end of each chapter. Do not attempt to work on additional problems until you are comfortable with the approach that is being demonstrated with the solved examples. 2. There is great value to be gained in working collaboratively to solve spectroscopy problems. Try standing around a blackboard to exchange ideas. You will find it to be fun, and you will learn more! 3. Don’t be afraid to struggle. It is too easy to look up the answer to a difficult problem, and you won’t learn much. You need to train your brain to think like a scientist, and there is no substitute for hard work. 4. Work problems concurrently as you study each chapter. That will solidify the concepts in your mind. Although this book concentrates on organic chemistry examples, be aware that the study of spectroscopy crosses over into many areas, including biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, materials chemistry, and analytical chemistry. Spectroscopy is an indispensible tool to support all forms of laboratory research. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are very grateful to Mr. Charles Wandler, without whose expert help this project could not have been accomplished. We also acknowledge numerous contributions made by our students, who use the textbook and who provide us careful and thoughtful feedback. Finally, once again we must thank our wives, Neva-Jean Pavia, Marian Lampman, and Cathy Vyvyan, for their support and patience. They endure a great deal in order to support us as we write, and they deserve to be part of the celebration when the textbook is completed! We honor the memory of Carolyn Kriz; we miss her and the love and encouragement that she provided. Donald L. Pavia Gary M. Lampman George S. Kriz James R. Vyvyan vi Preface Copyright 2013 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part.
Author: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Never Highlight a Book Again! Just the FACTS101 study guides give the student the textbook outlines, highlights, practice quizzes and optional access to the full practice tests for their textbook.
Prinzipien von Struktur und Reaktivität
Author: James Huheey,Ellen Keiter,Richard Keiter
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
This modern textbook stands out from other standard textbooks. The framework for the learning units is based on fundamental principles of inorganic chemistry, such as symmetry, coordination, and periodicity. Specific examples of chemical reactions are presented to exemplify and demonstrate these principles. Numerous new illustrations, a new layout, and large numbers of exercises following each chapter round out this new edition.
Author: Feodor Scheinmann
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Infrared Spectroscopy
Author: F. Scheinmann
An Introduction to Spectroscopic Methods for the Identification of Organic Compounds, Volume 1: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Infrared Spectroscopy discusses how spectral data can be translated into the structural formula of organic compounds and provides reference data and revised correlation tables for the initiated. The text describes high resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; the applications of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in organic chemistry; and correlation tables for nuclear magnetic resonance spectra. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy seminar problems and answers; the theoretical basis of infrared spectroscopy; and the applications of infrared spectroscopy to organic chemistry are also encompassed. The book further tackles infrared spectroscopic problems and answers, as well as correlation tables for infrared spectra.
Author: G¿nter Gauglitz,Tuan Vo-Dinh
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This handbook provides a straightforward introduction to spectroscopy, showing what it can do and how it does it, together with a clear, integrated and objective account of the wealth of information that can be derived from spectra. The sequence of chapters covers a wide range of the electromagnetic spectrum, and the physical processes involved, from nuclear phenomena to molecular rotation processes. - A day-by-day laboratory guide: its design based on practical knowledge of spectroscopists at universities, industries and research institutes - A well-structured information source containing methods and applications sections framed by sections on general topics - Guides users to a decision about which spectroscopic method and which instrumentation will be the most appropriate to solve their own practical problem - Rapid access to essential information - Correct analysis of a huge number of measured spectra data and smart use of such information sources as databases and spectra libraries
Author: Hans-Joachim Kunze
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Although based on lectures given for graduate students and postgraduates starting in plasma physics, this concise introduction to the fundamental processes and tools is as well directed at established researchers who are newcomers to spectroscopy and seek quick access to the diagnostics of plasmas ranging from low- to high-density technical systems at low temperatures, as well as from low- to high-density hot plasmas. Basic ideas and fundamental concepts are introduced as well as typical instrumentation from the X-ray to the infrared spectral regions. Examples, techniques and methods illustrate the possibilities. This book directly addresses the experimentalist who actually has to carry out the experiments and their interpretation. For that reason about half of the book is devoted to experimental problems, the instrumentation, components, detectors and calibration.
Author: William George Laidlaw
Author: Donald L.. Pavia,George S. Kriz,Gary M.. Lampman
Publisher: Thomson Brooks/Cole
Category: Infraed spectroscopy
Gain an understanding of the latest advances in spectroscopy with the text that has set the unrivaled standard for more than 30 years: Pavia/Lampman's SPECTROSCOPY, 4e, International Edition. This comprehensive resource provides an unmatched systematic introduction to spectra and basic theoretical concepts in spectroscopic methods that create a practical learning resource whether you're an introductory student or someone who needs a reliable reference text on spectroscopy. This well-rounded introduction features updated spectra; a modernized presentation of one-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy; the introduction of biological molecules in mass spectrometry; and inclusion of modern techniques alongside DEPT, COSY, and HECTOR. Count on this book's exceptional presentation to provide the comprehensive coverage you need to understand today's spectroscopic techniques.
Author: Charles P. Poole, Jr.,Frank J. Owens
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
This self-confessed introduction provides technical administrators and managers with a broad, practical overview of the subject and gives researchers working in different areas an appreciation of developments in nanotechnology outside their own fields of expertise.
Author: Ken M. Harrison
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Astronomical Spectroscopy for Amateurs is a complete guide for amateur astronomers who are looking for a new challenge. After a brief overview of the development of spectroscopes and an introduction to the theory of stellar spectra, the book goes on to examine the various types of spectroscopes available to amateurs. Next, practical sections address all aspects of setting-up and using various types of commercially-available and home-built spectroscopes. A final part gives detailed instructions for the design and construction of three different spectroscopes, along with the necessary design theory (minimal math). The home-made spectroscopes have performance capabilities near or equal to commercial units but are constructed using basic hand tools for a fraction of the cost! This up-to-date practical spectroscopy book will enable amateur astronomers to develop the skills and equipment needed to prepare scientifically acceptable spectra data, and to make a valuable contribution to ProAm projects.
Author: Ihtesham ur Rehman,Zanyar Movasaghi,Shazza Rehman
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
A rapidly growing field, vibrational spectroscopy has found applications in industries including pharmaceutical manufacture, food and drug safety, and process monitoring on production lines. In particular, interest in clinical spectroscopy is rising rapidly as researchers recognize the potential of the vibrational spectroscopic techniques—Infrared (IR) and Raman Spectroscopy—as noninvasive tissue diagnosis tools. However, the details of the characteristic peak frequencies and their relationship to specific functional groups present in the biological tissues have not been fully understood. Vibrational Spectroscopy for Tissue Analysis introduces IR and Raman Spectroscopy to those scientists who are either using these spectroscopic techniques to address clinical problems or planning to use spectroscopy to analyze clinical tissues and understand their chemical composition. By compiling the interpretations and understandings of the spectral peaks of the biological molecules in one place, this book aids in the understanding of IR and Raman Spectroscopy, and what these techniques can offer both in early diagnosis of the disease and monitoring of the progression of the disease. Despite the tremendous advances in the field of spectroscopy, where new applications are emerging at the pace of development, there are still areas of research that are crying for further exploration. This book bridges the gap between the spectroscopic research and medical applications.