Modern Magnetic Resonance

  • Graham A. Webb

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Applications in Chemistry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-9
    2. Amyloids

      1. Miya Kamihira, Hazime Saitô, Akira Naito
        Pages 11-17
    3. Chemical Shifts and Spin-Couplings

      1. Isao Ando, Tetsuo Asakura
        Pages 37-42
      2. Hiromichi Kurosu, Takeshi Yamanobe
        Pages 43-52
      3. Julio C. Facelli
        Pages 53-62
      4. Peter B. Karadakov
        Pages 63-70
      5. Ulrich Sternberg, Raiker Witter, Anne S. Ulrich
        Pages 71-78
      6. Hiroyuki Fukui
        Pages 79-83
    4. Fibrous Proteins

      1. Tetsuo Asakura, Yasumoto Nakazawa
        Pages 101-106
    5. Field Gradient NMR

      1. William S. Price
        Pages 109-115
      2. István Furó, Sergey V. Dvinskikh
        Pages 117-122
      3. Yuji Yamane, Sunmi Kim
        Pages 123-127
      4. Torsten Brand, Eurico J. Cabrita, Stefan Berger
        Pages 135-143
    6. Host-Guest Chemistry

      1. John A. Ripmeester, Christopher I. Ratcliffe
        Pages 147-154
    7. Imaging

      1. Elke Kossel, Bogdan Buhai, Rainer Kimmich
        Pages 157-162
      2. Toshiro Inubushi, Sigehiro Morikawa
        Pages 173-178
      3. Shulamith Schlick
        Pages 179-185
      4. Karl-Friedrich Arndt, Manfred Knörgen, Sven Richter, Thomas Schmidt
        Pages 187-193
    8. Inorganic Materials and Catalysis

    9. Isotope Labeling

    10. Lipid Bilayer and Bicelle

      1. Akira Naito, Shuichi Toraya, Katsuyuki Nishimura
        Pages 241-247
      2. Michael F. Brown, Silvia Lope-Piedrafita, Gary V. Martinez, Horia I. Petrache
        Pages 249-260
    11. Membrane-Associated Peptides

    12. Membrane Proteins

    13. New Developments

      1. Ray Freeman, Eriks Kupče
        Pages 347-352
      2. P. J. M. van Bentum, A. P. M. Kentgens
        Pages 353-361
      3. B. C. Gerstein, H. Kimura
        Pages 363-371
      4. B. Blümich, F. Casanova
        Pages 373-382
      5. Paul T Callaghan
        Pages 383-388
      6. John R. Jones, Shui-Yu Lu
        Pages 395-398

About this book


Modern Magnetic Resonance provides a unique and comprehensive resource on up-to-date uses and applications of magnetic resonance techniques in the sciences, including chemistry, biology, materials, food, medicine, pharmaceuticals and marine sciences.

The widespread appeal of MMR methods for revealing information at the molecular and microscopic levels is noted and examples are provided from the chemical and other sciences.

Until now, there has been no single publication that covers all the areas encompassed by "Modern Magnetic Resonance", by bringing together the various techniques and their applications in many scientific areas, the internationally renowned Editors have created a resource of broad appeal to the scientific community.

The book includes:

- High resolution solid and liquid state NMR

- Low resolution NMR

- Solution State NMR

- Magnetic Resonance Imaging

- Electron Spin Resonance

- Many applications taken from all of the chemical and related sciences


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Editors and affiliations

  • Graham A. Webb
    • 1
  1. 1.Royal Society of ChemistryLondonUK

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