Magnetic Resonance [E-Book] : Introduction, Advanced Topics and Applications to Fossil Energy / edited by Leonidas Petrakis, Jacques P. Fraissard.
Fraissard, Jacques P., (editor)
Petrakis, Leonidas, (editor)
Dordrecht : Springer, 1984
828 p. online resource.
NATO ASI Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences ; 124
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246 3 |a Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Maleme, Crete, Greece, July 3-15, 1983 
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505 0 |a I — Introduction and Advanced Topics in Magnetic Resonance -- Lectures -- Magnetic Resonance. An Introduction -- Line-broadening Influences and Line-narrowing Techniques in Solid State NMR -- Mathematical Techniques Important in Magnetic Resonance -- Two-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy -- Electron Spin Echo Spectroscopy and the Study of Hyperfine Interactions in Solids -- Electron-Nuclear Double Resonance of Charcoals -- Mössbauer Spectroscopy as an Analytical Tool in Coal Utilization -- II — Topics in Fossil Energy -- Lectures -- Challenges in Fossil Energy Chemistry -- Oil Shales. What they are, and what are their Resources -- Kerogen. A Brief Description of Sedimentary Organic Matter and of its Study by Analytical Methods other than NMR -- Coal Properties, Resources and Utilization -- Conversion of Bituminous Coal to Liquids and Gases: Chemistry and Representative Processes -- III — Paradigms of Magnetic Resonance in Fossil Energy Studies -- Lectures -- Quantitative 13C and 1H NMR of Crude Oil Petroleum and Coal Liquefaction Products -- 13C-NMR Multi-Pulse Sequences for the Analysis of Coal and Petroleum Products -- Coal Aromaticity -- E.P.R. in Fossil Carbonaceous Materials -- Applications of Dynamic Nuclear Polarization in Coal Research -- Informations on the Chemical Structures of Liquid Fuels and Coals by Combustion Process Studies -- Papers -- Teaching the New NMR: a Computer-Aided Introduction to the Density Matrix Treatment of Double-Quantum Spectrometry -- Instrumentation Considerations in Solid State NMR Analysis -- Quantitative Aspects of Structural Resolution Methods in CP.MAS 13C NMR -- Some examples of 13C NMR Applications to Oil Shales -- Counting Carbon Spins in CP-MAS Spectra of Fossil Fuels -- 13C NMR Investigation of the Chemical Structures of Coking and Non-Coking Coals in the Original and Reductively Alkylated Solid States -- Solid State 1H and 13C NMR Studies of Pitches -- A Magnetic Resonance Study of Native and Modified Illinois Coal -- Temperature-Dependent Proton T1 and T1? Study of Oil Shales -- Proton Spin-Lattice Relaxation in Coals of Varying Rank -- Reaction Time 1H NMR Studies of Thermal Transformation Processes of Fossil Fuels -- Electron Spin Echo and ENDOR Studies of Coals -- The Electron Spin Echo Characteristics of Several Bituminous Coals -- ESR of Carbon Radicals in Isolated Coal Macerals -- Study of Paramagnetic Centers in Natural and Solvent Refined Coal by Multi-frequency ESR, ENDOR and ESE Modulation Spectroscopy -- EPR Study of Excited Triplet States and Interactions between the Molecular Phases in Coal 667 -- Chemical Structure and Hydroliquefaction Reactivity of Coal -- Naturally Abundant 17O Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and the Determination of Oxygen Functionalities in Synthetic Fuels -- Functional Group Analysis of Coal Liquids -- Analysis of Middle Distillate Fuels by Flow Liquid Chromatography/Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance -- Complementary Application of Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry and NMR Spectroscopy to the Study of U.K. Coal Maceral Extracts -- 600 MHz Proton Magnetic Resonance Study of Coal-Derived Liquids -- A Review of Recent Mechanistic Studies of the Iron and Tin Catalysed Hydroliquefaction of Victorian Brown Coal -- Extraction Study of Turkish Lignites: Çan, Soma and Tunçbilek -- Oxygen-17 and Sulfur-33 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Organosulfur Compounds -- A Multinuclear NMR Study of the Interaction of Cis-Platin, a Potent Antitumor Agent, with DNA-Bases -- IV - Research Prospects -- Lectures -- Research Needs, Opportunities and Prospects -- Index of Subjects. 
520 |a This volume contains the lectures presented at an Advanced Study Institute on "Magnetic Resonance Techniques in Fossil Energy Problems," which was held at the village of Maleme, Crete, in July of 1983. As of this writing, a different popular attitude prevails from that when the ASI was proposed as far as how critical the world energy picture is. In the popular press, a panglossian attitude (the "petroleum glut" of the 80's) has replaced the jeremiads of the 70's ( a catastrophic "energy crisis"). Yet, there are certain important constants: (a) for the foreseeable future, fossil energy sources (petroleum, coal, oil shale, etc. ) will continue to be of paramount importance; and (b) science and technology of the highest order are needed to extend the fossil ener~y resource base and to utilize it in a cost-effective manner that is also environmentally acceptable. It is precisely this second item that this volume addresses. The volume introduces the phenomenology of magnetic resonance ~n a unified and detailed manner, starting from the behavior of spins in a magnetic field and proceeding to a density matrix consideration of the phenomena involved. The various important parameters of NMR and EPR are discussed in detail, as well as their significance and the information that may be obtained from their proper consideration. Advanced topics are then considered, including line-broadening interactions, coherent averaging and multiple quantum methods in NMR, ENDOR, electron spin echoes, dynamic nuclear polarization. problems of quantifi­ cation, 2-Dimensional N}1R, Mossbauer, and instrumentation. 
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