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This book also provides the first comprehensive treatment of both the new experimental techniques and the theoretical concepts needed in more complex data analysis.

Author: Klaus Schmidt-Rohr

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080925622

Category: Science

Page: 496

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NMR spectroscopy is the most valuable and versatile analytical tool in chemistry. While excellent monographs exist on high-resolution NMR in liquids and solids, this is the first book to address multidimensional solid-state NMR. Multidimensional techniques enable researchers to obtain detailed information about the structure, dynamics, orientation, and phase separation of solids, which provides the basis of a better understanding of materials properties on the molecular level.Dramatic progress-much of it pioneered by the authors-has been achieved in this area, especially in synthetic polymers. Solid-state NMR now favorably competes with well-established techniques, such as light, x-ray, or neutron scattering, electron microscopy, and dielectric and mechanical relaxation. The application of multidimensional solid-state NMR inevitably involves use of concepts from different fields of science. This book also provides the first comprehensive treatment of both the new experimental techniques and the theoretical concepts needed in more complex data analysis. The text addresses spectroscopists and polymer scientists by treating the subject on different levels; descriptive, technical, and mathematical approaches are used when appropriate. It presents an overview of new developments with numerous experimental examples and illustrations, which will appeal to readers interested in both the information content as well as the potential of solid-state NMR. The book also contains many previously unpublished details that will be appreciated by those who want to perform the experiments. The techniques described are applicable not only to the study of synthetic polymers but to numerous problems in solid-state physics, chemistry, materials science, and biophysics. Key Features * Presents original theories and new perspectives on scattering techniques * Provides a systematic treatment of the whole subject * Gives readers access to previously unpublished material * Includes extensive illustrations
2012-12-02 By Klaus Schmidt-Rohr

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Author: Hazime Saitô

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402043031

Category: Science

Page: 455

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‘‘Biopolymers’’ are polymeric materials of biological origin, including globular, membrane, and fibrous proteins, polypeptides, nucleic acids, po- saccharides, lipids, etc. and their assembly, although preference to respe- ive subjects may be different among readers who are more interested in their biological significance or industrial and/or medical applications. Nevert- less, characterizing or revealing their secondary structure and dynamics may be an equally very important and useful issue for both kinds of readers. Special interest in revealing the 3D structure of globular proteins, nucleic acids, and peptides was aroused in relation to the currently active Structural Biology. X-ray crystallography and multidimensional solution NMR sp- troscopy have proved to be the standard and indispensable means for this purpose. There remain, however, several limitations to this end, if one intends to expand its scope further. This is because these approaches are not always straightforward to characterize fibrous or membrane proteins owing to extreme difficulty in crystallization in the former, and insufficient spectral resolution due to sparing solubility or increased effective molecular mass in the presence of surrounding lipid bilayers in the latter.
2006-08-05 By Hazime Saitô

Author: Mark Thomas Zell


ISBN: MINN:31951P00731081H


Page: 386

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Solid state NMR for Polymers: For example (a) C.A. Fyfe, Solid State NMR for Chemists, C.R.C. Press, 1983; ... 1993; (d) K. Schmidt-Rohr and H.W. Spiess, Multidimensional Solid State NMR and Polymers, Academic Press, London, 1994; ...

Author: T. Asakura

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080541461

Category: Science

Page: 999

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In polymer science and technology, the advanced development of various new polymer materials with excellent properties and functions is desirable. For this purpose it is necesary to determine the exact relationship between physical properties and molecular structure-dynamics with powerful techniques. One such technique is solid state NMR. Recently, high resolution NMR studies of solids have been realized by using advanced pulse and mechanical techniques, which has resulted in a variety of structural and dynamical information on polymer systems. Solid state NMR has provided characteristic information which cannot be obtained by other spectroscopic methods. This book is divided into two parts. The first part covers the principles of NMR, important NMR parameters such as chemical shifts, relaxation times, dipolar interactions, quadrupolar interactions, pulse techniques and new NMR methods. In the second part, applications of NMR to a variety of polymer systems in the solid state are described. Features of this book: • Contains an up-to-date and comprehensive account of solid state NMR of polymers by leading researchers in the field • Provides a compilation of solid state NMR of polymers, which makes it an ideal reference book for both NMR researchers and general polymer scientists. This book will be of interest to the NMR community, and will be invaluable for both the beginner and the expert.
1998-08-03 By T. Asakura

[15] D.D. Laws, H.M.L. Bitter, A. Jerschow, Solid-state NMR spectroscopic methods in chemistry, Angew. Chem. ... [25] K. Schmidt-Rohr, H.W. Spiess, Multidimensional Solid-State NMR and Polymers, Elsevier, 2012. [26] B. Bl ̈umich, ...

Author: Regina Duarte

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780128188972

Category: Science

Page: 314

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Multidimensional Analytical Techniques in Environmental Research is a comprehensive resource on the many multidimensional analytical strategies to qualitatively and quantitatively assess and map the organic and inorganic pollutants in complex atmospheric, water and soil matrices. During the past two decades, the rapidly-evolving field of analytical instrumentation has produced sophisticated multidimensional tools capable of providing unique and in-depth knowledge on the chemical features of complex mixtures from these different environmental matrices. This book brings together the wealth of information in the current literature, assisting in the decision-making process by covering both the fundamentals and applications of these methodologies. Sections cover the wide variety of multidimensional analytical techniques, including multidimensional solution- and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry (MS), two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy, two-dimensional liquid and gas chromatography and capillary electrophoresis coupled to high-resolution detection techniques, and excitation-emission (EEM) fluorescence spectroscopy assisted by multiway data analysis tools, and the use of synchrotron-radiation-based techniques combined with other spectroscopic approaches to explore and map the speciation of elements. Identifies state-of-the-art multidimensional analytical methods for targeted and untargeted profiling of complex mixtures from different environmental matrices (soil, sediment, water, and air) Assesses the advantages and limitations of the most modern and sophisticated multidimensional analytical methods in environmental research Highlights the current challenges and potential future directions in the application of multidimensional analytical tools to advance the current understanding on the dynamics and fate of environmental pollutants in different environmental matrices
2020-06-06 By Regina Duarte

Thus solid - state techniques are needed to characterize chain alignment in oriented polymers [ 2 ] . In order to fully exploit the potential of solid - state NMR multidimensional techniques [ 3 ] , which proved so powerful in ...

Author: Ian M. Ward

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0412608804

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 536

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The first edition was produced at a time when the advantages of studying oriented polymers were just becoming apparent. From a sci entific stand point it had been demonstrated that greater insight into both structure and properties could be obtained if an oriented polymer was prepared. From a technological viewpoint, major advances were under way, especially in high modulus and high strength fibres. Twenty years later, it is possible to review the scientific advances which have been made in this area and to provide much wider perspectives for the technology. As in the case of the first edition, the emphasis is on the methodologies available for characterizing oriented polymers and their mechanical behaviour. It is a particular pleasure to thank the contributing authors for their cooperation and Dr Philip Hastings of Chapman & Hall for his support and encouragement. I am also indebted to Professors A. H. Windle and D. C. Bassett for their respective contributions to sections 1. 3. 1 and 1. 3. 4. Although this chapter has been extensively revised, the contribution of the late Leslie Holliday to the first edition of this book is also acknowledged. Introduction 1 I. M. Ward 1. 1 THE PHENOMENON OF ORIENTATION Orientation in polymers is a phenomenon of great technical and theo retical importance. The word orientation itself conveys a number of ideas.
1997-10-31 By Ian M. Ward


Author: P. Mirau

Publisher: iSmithers Rapra Publishing

ISBN: 1859572723

Category: Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Page: 144

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NMR spectroscopy has emerged as one of the most important methods for the solid-state characterisation of polymers. This report gives an overview of the methods and applications of NMR to relevant polymer problems with an emphasis on how NMR can be used for materials characterisation and to understand structure-property relationships in polymers. An additional indexed section containing several hundred abstracts from the Rapra Polymer Library database gives useful references for further reading.
2001 By P. Mirau

This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of NMR, with applications of multidimensional NMR and the new solution and solid-state methods in polymer science.

Author: Frank A. Bovey

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0080537588

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 459

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NMR has made important contributions to our understanding of structure–property relationships in polymers. This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of NMR, with applications of multidimensional NMR and the new solution and solid-state methods in polymer science. NMR of Polymers is written by leading authorities for graduate students and professionals in academia and industry. Provides comprehensive overview of NMR in Polymer Science Covers multidimensional NMR Includes new solution and solid state methods Addresses chain conformation and dynamics
1996-11-19 By Frank A. Bovey

... nonlinear plastic deformation of solid polymers. Close analogies exist between solid-state exchange NMR and incoherent neutron scattering. ... 29, 3975–81 Schmidt-Rohr K, Spiess H W 1994 Multidimensional SolidState NMR and Polymers.

Author: K.H.J. Buschow

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080457657

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1360

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Magnetic and superconducting materials pervade every avenue of the technological world – from microelectronics and mass-data storage to medicine and heavy engineering. Both areas have experienced a recent revitalisation of interest due to the discovery of new materials, and the re-evaluation of a wide range of basic mechanisms and phenomena. This Concise Encyclopedia draws its material from the award-winning Encyclopedia of Materials and Engineering, and includes updates and revisions not available in the original set -- making it the ideal reference companion for materials scientists and engineers with an interest in magnetic and superconducting materials. * Contains in excess of 130 articles, taken from the award-winning Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, including ScienceDirect updates not available in the original set. * Each article discusses one aspect of magnetic and superconducting materials and includes photographs, line drawings and tables to aid the understanding of the topic at hand. * Cross-referencing guides readers to articles covering subjects of related interest.
2005-12-28 By K.H.J. Buschow

Multidimensional Solid-State NMR and Polymers. London: Academic Press. Shao, L. and Titman, J. (2007). Macromol. Chem. Phys. 208: 2055. Skorupska, E., Jeziorna, A., Paluch, P., and Potrzebowski, M.J. (2014). Mol. Pharm. 11: 1512.

Author: Klaus Müller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527690114

Category: Science

Page: 560

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Solid State NMR A thorough and comprehensive textbook covering the theoretical background, experimental approaches, and major applications of solid-state NMR spectroscopy Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful non-destructive technique capable of providing information about the molecular structure and dynamics of molecules. Alongside solution-state NMR, a well-established technique to study chemical structures and investigate physico-chemical properties of molecules in solutions, solid-state NMR (SSNMR) offers many exciting possibilities for the analysis of solid and soft materials across scientific fields. SSNMR shows unique capabilities for a detailed investigation of structural and dynamic properties of materials over wide space and time ranges. For this reason, and thanks to significant advances in the past several years, the application of SSNMR to materials is rapidly increasing in disciplines such as chemistry, physics, and materials and life sciences. Solid State NMR: Principles, Methods, and Applications offers a systematic introduction to the theory, methodological concepts, and major experimental methods of SSMR spectroscopy. Exploring the unique potential of SSNMR for the structural and dynamic characterization of soft and either amorphous or crystalline solid materials, this comprehensive textbook provides foundational knowledge and recent developments of SSNMR, covering physical and theoretical background, experimental methods, and applications to pharmaceuticals, polymers, inorganic and hybrid materials, liquid crystals, and model membranes. Written by two expert authors to ensure a clear and consistent presentation of the subject, this textbook: Includes a brief introduction to the historical aspects and broad theoretical background of solid-state NMR spectroscopy Provides helpful illustrations to explain the various SSNMR concepts and methods Features accessible descriptive text with self-consistent use of quantum mechanics Covers the experimental aspects of SSNMR spectroscopy and in particular a description of many useful pulse sequences Contains references to relevant literature Solid State NMR: Principles, Methods, and Applications is the ideal textbook for university courses on SSNMR, advanced spectroscopies, and a valuable single-volume reference for spectroscopists, chemists, and researchers in the field of materials.
2021-06-23 By Klaus Müller