Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry and Medicine (Paperback)
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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry and Medicine (Paperback)

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Paperback 290 Pages / Published: 24/04/2003
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Magnetic resonance (MR) makes use of tiny radio signals emitted by the nucleus of the atom. There are two important applications - chemistry, where MR allows us to visualise the architecture of molecules, and medicine, where it provides a clear picture of human anatomy without the need for invasive surgery. This is the first unified treatment of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) in chemistry and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in medicine, written for a broad non-specialist readership by one of the world's foremost NMR spectroscopists.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199262250
Number of pages: 290
Weight: 455 g
Dimensions: 234 x 157 x 17 mm


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Who will profit from reading this book? ... students as well as scientists and physicians longing for a quite profound insight, not only into the basic concepts, but also the modern applications of nuclear magnetic resonance ... the book will provide valuable suggestions to everyone involved in teaching NMR to chemists and physicians. * Angewandte Chemie International Edition *
As the exposure of the wider scientific community (and the general public) to these techniques continues to increase, this book should be welcomed as a valuable way of making the basic physics behind them understandable to as wide an audience as possible. * Chemistry & Industry *
Particularly welcome is an accessible yet authoritative discussion of the possible physiological effects of uniform magnetic fields, radio frequency radiation and magnetic field gradients. * Chemistry & Industry *
The text is clear and well written, at a level accessible to anyone with a degree level background in physical science. No prior knowledge of any branch of magnetic resonance is assumed, and the amount of mathematics is kept to an absolute minimum ... This should not, however, be regarded just as a book for complete novices. It is instructive for anyone with knowledge of one area of magnetic resonance to see the parallels and differences between the two areas clearly explained by Professor Freeman. * Chemistry & Industry *

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