By G. A. Webb (auth.), J. A. Tossell (eds.)
Modern ways to the theoretical computation and experimental decision of NMR defensive tensors are defined in twenty-nine papers in line with lectures provided on the NATO ARW. all the most well-liked computational equipment are reviewed and up to date development is defined of their software to chemical, biochemical, geochemical and fabrics technological know-how difficulties. Experimental experiences on NMR shieldings in gases, beverages and solids also are incorporated, with distinct emphasis positioned upon the connection among NMR defensive and geometric constitution and upon assessments of the accuracy of a few of the computational equipment. Qualitative MO schemes and semiempirical ways also are thought of in mild of the computational effects. it is a priceless publication for somebody attracted to how the NMR defensive tensor can be utilized to figure out the geometric and digital buildings of molecules and solids. (abstract) glossy tools for computing and measuring nuclear magnetic resonance defensive tensors are defined in papers by way of numerous leaders within the box. the preferred equipment for quantum robotically calculating NMR defensive tensors are reviewed and plenty of functions of those tools are defined to difficulties in chemistry, biochemistry, geochemistry and fabrics technological know-how. the point of interest of the papers is at the dating of the NMR protecting tensor to the geometric and digital constitution of molecules or solids.
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