'well written and illustrated ... It has a detailed contents section and is well indexed, making it easy to use. This is a useful book to have to hand for anyone who uses, or may have a possible use for, spectra from a modern FT NMR spectrometer ... its approach to theory is pictorial, descriptive and non-mathematical.' A.C. Pratt, Irish Chemical News, Winter 1992
'I strongly recommend this book for advanced undergraduate students and for research chemists who wish to gain maximum benefit from NMR spectroscopy in their preparative work and, where they have the opportunity, to make the best possible hands-on use of the capabilities of an NMR spectrometer. The many practical hints on performing NMR experiments will enable them to achieve that.' Christian Griesinger, Institut fur Organische Chemie der Universitat Frankfurt am Main, Angewandte Chemie, 1994 33/19
'The lucid description of the techniques ... makes this new edition a very useful book on any chemist's bookshelf ... essential reading and reference material for the practising chemist.' Maruse Sadek and Bob Brownlee, Chemistry in Australia, March 1994
'contains much pratical advice about the acquisition and use of spectra' Journal of Chemical Education, Volume 71, Number 4, April 1994
About the Author
Jeremy K. M. Sanders is at University of Cambridge. Brian K. Hunter is at Queen's University.