This e-book experiences the historical past of NMR chemical protective whereas surveying new advancements within the box. subject matters contain new tools for calculating NMR chemical shifts, calculations of chemical shifts for vital organic molecules, new theories concerning the position of chemical shifts, and modeling tools for chemical shifts in inorganic compounds.
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