Organic Spectroscopic Analysis

Book Reviews: The aim of this textbook is not to provide you, the reader, with large numbers of correlation tables for every form of spectroscopy used by organic chemists; nor is it designed to give you an in-depth understanding of the physical processes that occur when molecules interact with electromagnetic radiation. What the authors hope to do in this textbook is to provide you with a basic understanding of how each type of spectroscopy gives rise to spectra, and how these spectra can be used to determine the structure of organic molecules. This text is aimed at undergraduate students in Years 1 and 2, and is meant to provide an introduction to organic spectroscopic analysis, leading to an appreciation of the information available from each form of spectroscopy and an ability to use spectroscopic information in the identification of organic compounds.

The authors will concentrate upon the most commonly used techniques in organic structure determination: nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), infrared (TR) and ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) spectroscopy, and mass spectrometry (MS). The amount of’ space devoted to each technique in this text is meant to be representative of their current usage for structure determination.

Finally, the authors will try to bring all of these techniques together in an attempt to show you how to go about the structure determination of an unknown compound in a (reasonably) logical manner. Our aim has been to provide spectra to illustrate every point made, but do analyze fully each of the spectra in order to obtain the maximum information available. The authors hope you enjoy this text and find it useful in your studies.

Bibliographical Data of Organic Spectroscopic Analysis

Reference Type: Book
Record Number: xx
Author: Rosaleen J Anderson, David J Bendell, Paul W Groundwater, E W Abel, A G Davies, David Phillips, J Derek Woollins, Martyn Berry, Colin Drayton, Ruth Bendell
Year: 2004
Place Published: London
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Number of Pages: 182
Edition: 2nd
ISBN -10: 0854044760
ISBN-13: 978-0854044764
Kindle Available: ASIN- B00EKYS054
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