Nuclear magnetic resonance in solid polymers [E-Book] / Vincent J. McBrierty and Kenneth J. Packer.
McBrierty, Vincent J., (author)
Packer, K. J., (author)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1993
1 online resource (xxii, 347 pages)
Cambridge solid state science series
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This book is an authoritative and comprehensive account of the principles and practice of NMR spectroscopy of solids as applied to polymeric materials to determine their structure and dynamics at a molecular level. NMR spectroscopy has been applied to the characterization of polymers in solid state for over 40 years. The past few decades have seen the development of many new NMR capabilities, including high-resolution techniques for solids, multi-dimensional methods, deuterium NMR and others. All of these developments have contributed to a dramatic increase in the power and applicability of NMR for the characterization, at a molecular level, of the dynamics and structural organization of polymeric solids. The applications chapters emphasize the polymer types and properties. The authors have included an introduction to all the main principles of the technique involved in its application to solid polymers. Rigorous and detailed analytical treatment of all main areas is also available.