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Author Doucleff, M.
Title Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR [electronic resource] / by Michaeleen Doucleff, Mary Hatcher-Skeers, Nicole J. Crane.
Publication Info Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2011.



Descript XI, 159 p. 82 illus. online resource.
text file PDF rda
Note Steering clear of quantum mechanics and product operators, "Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR" uses intuitive, concrete analogies to explain the theory required to understand NMR studies on the structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules. For example, instead of explaining nuclear spin with angular momentum equations or Hamiltonians, the books describes nuclei as "bells" in a choir, ringing at specific frequencies depending on the atom type and their surrounding electromagnetic environment.This simple bell analogy, which is employed throughout the book, has never been used to explain NMR and makes it surprisingly easy to learn complex, bewildering NMR concepts, such as dipole-dipole coupling and CPMG pulse sequences. Other topics covered include the basics of multi-dimensional NMR, relaxation theory, and Model Free analysis. The small size and fast pace of “Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR” makes the book a perfect companion to traditional biophysics and biochemistry textbooks, but the book's unique perspective will provide even seasoned spectroscopists with new insights and handy “thought” short-cuts.
ISBN 9783642162510
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-642-16251-0 doi
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Author Doucleff, M.
Subject Life sciences.
Medicine.
Spectroscopy.
Biochemistry.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
Hatcher-Skeers, Mary
Crane, Nicole J.
Descript XI, 159 p. 82 illus. online resource.
text file PDF rda
Note Steering clear of quantum mechanics and product operators, "Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR" uses intuitive, concrete analogies to explain the theory required to understand NMR studies on the structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules. For example, instead of explaining nuclear spin with angular momentum equations or Hamiltonians, the books describes nuclei as "bells" in a choir, ringing at specific frequencies depending on the atom type and their surrounding electromagnetic environment.This simple bell analogy, which is employed throughout the book, has never been used to explain NMR and makes it surprisingly easy to learn complex, bewildering NMR concepts, such as dipole-dipole coupling and CPMG pulse sequences. Other topics covered include the basics of multi-dimensional NMR, relaxation theory, and Model Free analysis. The small size and fast pace of “Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR” makes the book a perfect companion to traditional biophysics and biochemistry textbooks, but the book's unique perspective will provide even seasoned spectroscopists with new insights and handy “thought” short-cuts.
ISBN 9783642162510
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-642-16251-0 doi
Author Doucleff, M.
Subject Life sciences.
Medicine.
Spectroscopy.
Biochemistry.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
Hatcher-Skeers, Mary
Crane, Nicole J.

Subject Life sciences.
Medicine.
Spectroscopy.
Biochemistry.
Descript XI, 159 p. 82 illus. online resource.
text file PDF rda
Note Steering clear of quantum mechanics and product operators, "Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR" uses intuitive, concrete analogies to explain the theory required to understand NMR studies on the structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules. For example, instead of explaining nuclear spin with angular momentum equations or Hamiltonians, the books describes nuclei as "bells" in a choir, ringing at specific frequencies depending on the atom type and their surrounding electromagnetic environment.This simple bell analogy, which is employed throughout the book, has never been used to explain NMR and makes it surprisingly easy to learn complex, bewildering NMR concepts, such as dipole-dipole coupling and CPMG pulse sequences. Other topics covered include the basics of multi-dimensional NMR, relaxation theory, and Model Free analysis. The small size and fast pace of “Pocket Guide to Biomolecular NMR” makes the book a perfect companion to traditional biophysics and biochemistry textbooks, but the book's unique perspective will provide even seasoned spectroscopists with new insights and handy “thought” short-cuts.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
Hatcher-Skeers, Mary
Crane, Nicole J.
ISBN 9783642162510
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-642-16251-0 doi

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