"Since its development in the late 1940s, nuclear magnetic resonance has grown into one of the most widely used spectroscopic techniques in modern molecular science . . . . To adequately describe such a broad field, NMR texts have, in the past, assumed encyclopedic proportions. Maurice Goldman's new book . . . departs from this traditional reference format and specializes in a particular, widespread application of NMR . . . providing a quantum mechanical description of two-dimensional NMR in liquids. . . . Goldman's book is important and timely, written in a thorough, careful manner." --Physics Today
"Presents a very elegant description. . . .is easy to follow. . . .The work is well done and I give this book my highest recommendation." --International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
About the Author
Maurice Goldman is at Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires de Saclay.