- Paperback: 442 pages
- Publisher: Wiley-VCH; 5 edition (December 28, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 3527327827
- ISBN-13: 978-3527327829
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 0.9 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,164,218 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"This book is a pleasure to read and if it does not arouse the student's interest, then it is difficult to see what could. It is clearly written and illustrated ... good value and essential reading for anyone wanting to know more about NMR."
Chemistry in Britain
"Another paperback that I would advise students to buy ... [it] can be recommended for general purchase by all chemists."
"This book deserves much praise. If only all authors took as much trouble to produce a work of such clarity and relevance... The book forms an excellent bridge between the very simple texts on spectral interpretation and more specialist works with an emphasis on mathematical theory... This book is highly educational and will be of benefit to those who have to teach NMR and to students and scientists in academic and industrial laboratories... this work is right up to date with an inclusion of most widely used modern NMR methods with a style and content that is superb."
NMR in Biomedicine
"... with it's fourth edition, Friebolin's NMR textbook remains the valuable companion and helpful guide as which it is well-known and appreciated among chemists and other scientists who seek a practical, comprehensive, but easy-to-read introduction into high-resolution NMR spectroscopy on organic molecules."
Dr. Ingo Schnell, Max-Planck-Institute for
Polymer Research, Mainz, ChemPhysChem
"The book is also especially recommended to biochemists, medicinal chemists, and others with still different backgrounds and who maybe not look back on a comprehensive training in physical chemistry but nevertheless like to understand (!) NMR in addition to merely employing it as a 'black box technique' ... What more could be said on behalf of this nice volume that has not been said before - either here or in other comments on previous editions? The best testimony is doubtless given by the book itself: go and read and be convinced by what it has to tell you. Good, clean peaks to all!"
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The book also covers such topics as solid state NMR and MRI descriptively. These topics are generally not found in many introductory books. The last chapter of the book deals with applications of NMR to biological and medical sciences and is well presented. There are quite a few examples of spectrum interpretation throughout the text. However, this is not a book one can use to learn organic spectrum interpretation. For that, one should consult books such as Jeffrey Simpson's "Organic Structure Determination, using 2-D NMR spectroscopy". Overall, the book provides a descriptive introduction of the physics in NMR spectroscopy. If one wants to go further than this, books such as those by James Keeler, "Understanding NMR spectroscopy" and Neil Jacobsen's "NMR Spectroscopy Explained" should be consulted. Keeler's and Jacobsens' books, however, are much more mathematical.