By P.K. Agrawal
This distinct treatise is written for chemists who're no longer NMR spectroscopists yet who desire to use carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy. It indicates why dimension of carbon-13 NMR is required and explains how the tactic can - or should still - be used for swift characterization of flavonoids, the most varied and common teams of typical constituents.
The first a part of the ebook provides history info and dialogue of the fundamental elements of flavonoids and carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy and demonstrates its major position within the revision of numerous prior validated chemical buildings. It discusses a variety of one- and two-dimensional NMR spectroscopic thoughts and different correct experimental methodologies for the translation of spectral info which permit person resonance traces to be linked to the right carbons in a molecule. the second one half presents a finished insurance of the carbon-13 chemical shifts of varied sessions and subclasses of flavonoids. It additionally illustrates the way to make the most of carbon-13 facts to achieve info for the selection of the character, quantity and location of any substituent in flavonoids. very important info for the differential and entire constitution elucidation of many of the sessions of flavonoids by means of carbon-13 NMR protective facts is defined in-depth within the 3rd a part of the book.
The ebook can be welcomed by way of all these operating in traditional product chemistry who will savor the non-mathematical process and the truth that this type of wealth of theoretical and functional details has been assembled in one volume.
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