NMR of Polymers - Mirau, Peter A.
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A Practical Guide to Understanding the NMR of Polymers presents an introduction to the theory and practice of NMR, and includes sections on the fundamental principles of NMR and the applications to polymers. This book will help readers understand how these methods can be used to determine the chemical structure of polymers that influences the macroscopic properties. Solid state NMR methods are introduced to enable the readers to measure the structure of polymers on longer length scales. It is also shown how NMR is used to measure the molecular dynamics that can be related to the mechanical properties of polymers.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
A Practical Guide to Understanding the NMR of Polymers presents an introduction to the theory and practice of NMR, and includes sections on the fundamental principles of NMR and the applications to polymers. This book will help readers understand how these methods can be used to determine the chemical structure of polymers that influences the macroscopic properties. Solid state NMR methods are introduced to enable the readers to measure the structure of polymers on longer length scales. It is also shown how NMR is used to measure the molecular dynamics that can be related to the mechanical properties of polymers.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 432
  • Erscheinungstermin: 9. Dezember 2004
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 240mm x 161mm x 27mm
  • Gewicht: 732g
  • ISBN-13: 9780471371236
  • ISBN-10: 0471371238
  • Artikelnr.: 11090590
Autorenporträt
PETER A. MIRAU is Senior Research Scientist in the Nonmetallic Materials Division (Polymer Branch) at the Air Force Research Laboratories in Dayton, Ohio.
Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction to NMR. 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Basic Principles of NMR. 1.2.1 Introduction. 1.2.2 Magnetic Resonance. 1.2.3 The Rotation Reference Frame. 1.2.4 The Bloch Equations. 1.2.5 Pulsed NMR. 1.2.6 The Fourier Transform. 1.2.7 The Product Operator Formalism. 1.3 Chemical Shifts and Polymer Structure. 1.3.1 Molecular Structure and Chemical Shifts. 1.3.2 Proton Chemical Shifts. 1.3.3 Carbon Chemical Shifts. 1.3.4 Other Nuclei. 1.4 Spin
Spin Coupling. 1.4.1 Introductions. 1.4.2 Nomenclature for Spin
Spin Coupling. 1.4.3 Spin
Spin Coupling Patterns. 1.4.4 Proton
Proton Coupling. 1.4.5 Proton
Carbon Coupling. 1.4.6 Other Nuclei. 1.4.7 Homonuclear Couplings in Insensitive Nuclei. 1.5 NMR Relaxation. 1.5.1 Introduction. 1.5.2 Relaxation Mechanisms. 1.5.3 Spin
Lattice Relaxation. 1.5.4 Spin
Spin Relaxation. 1.5.5 The Nuclear Overhauser Effect. 1.6 Solid State NMR. 1.6.1 Chemical Shift Anisotropy. 1.6.2 Magic
Angle Sample Spinning. 1.6.3 Dipolar Broadening and Decoupling. 1.6.4 Cross Polarization. 1.6.5 Quadrupolar NMR. 1.7 Multidimensional NMR. 1.7.1 Magnetization Transfer in nD NMR. 1.7.2 Solution 2D NMR Experiments. 1.7.3 Solid
State 2D NMR Experiments. 2. Experimental Methods. 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 The NMR Spectrometer. 2.2.1 The Magnet. 2.2.2 Shim Coils. 2.2.3 RF Console. 2.2.4 NMR Probes. 2.2.5 Computer. 2.3 Tuning the NMR Spectrometer. 2.3.1 Adjusting the Homogeneity. 2.3.2 Adjusting the Gain. 2.3.3 Tuning the Probe. 2.3.4 Adjusting the Pulse Widths. 2.4 Solution NMR Methods. 2.4.1 Sample Preparation. 2.4.2 Data Acquisition. 2.4.3 Decoupling. 2.4.4 Data Processing. 2.4.5 Quantitative NMR. 2.4.6 Sensitivity Enhancement. 2.4.7 Spectra Editing. 2.5 Solid
State NMR Methods. 2.5.1 Magic
Angle Sample Spinning. 2.5.2 Gross Polarization. 2.5.3 Decoupling. 2.5.4 Wideline NMR. 2.5.5 Solid
State Proton NMR. 2.6 NMR Relaxation. 2.6.1 NMR Relaxation in Solution. 2.6.2 Solid
State NMR Relaxation. 2.7 Multidimensional NMR. 2.7.1 Data Acquisition. 2.7.2 Data Processing. 3. The Solution Characterization of Polymers. 3.1 Introduction. 3.1.1 Polymer Microstructure. 3.1.2 Spectral Assignments in Polymers. 3.2 Stereochemical Characterization of Polymers. 3.2.1 The Observation of Stereochemical Isomerism. 3.2.2 Resonance Assignments for Stereosequences. 3.3 Regioisomerism in Polymers. 3.4 Defects in Polymers. 3.4.1 Branching. 3.4.2 Endgroups. 3.5 Polymer Chain Architecture. 3.6 Copolymer Characterization. 3.6.1 Random Copolymers. 3.6.2 Alternating Copolymers. 3.6.3 Block Copolymers. 3.7 The Solution Structure of Polymers. 3.7.1 Polymer Chain Conformation. 3.7.2 Intermolecular Interactions in Polymers. 4. The Solid
State NMR of Polymers. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Chain Conformation in Polymers. 4.2.1 Semicrystalline Polymers. 4.2.2 Amorphous Polymers. 4.2.3 Elastomers. 4.2.4 Reactivity and Curing in Polymers. 4.3 Structure and Morphology in Polymers. 4.3.1 Introduction. 4.3.2 Spin Diffusion and Polymer Morphology. 4.3.3 Semicrystalline Polymers. 4.3.4 Block Copolymers. 4.3.5 Multiphase Polymers. 4.3.6 Polymer Blends. 5. The Dynamics of Polymers. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Chain Motion of Polymers in Solution. 5.2.1 Modeling the Molecular Dynamics of Polymers in Solution. 5.2.2 Relaxation Measurements in Solution. 5.2.3 NMR Relaxation Measurements in Solution. 5.2.4 The Relaxation of Polymers in Solution. 5.3 NMR Relaxation in the Solid State. 5.3.1 Introduction. 5.3.2 NMR Relaxation in Solid Polymers. 5.3.3 Spin Exchange in Solid Polymers. 5.3.4 Polymer Dynamics and Lineshapes.
Rezensionen
"Students and researchers in polymer and analytical chemistry will find this book a useful resource." (Analytical Chemistry, February 1, 2005)
"...useful for researchers or upper level undergraduate and graduate students exploring NMR for characterizing polymers." ( E-STREAMS , April 2006)
"...this book presents an introduction to the theory and practice of NMR..." ( Apollit , 13 th December 2005)

"Students and researchers in polymer and analytical chemistry will find this book a useful resource." ( Analytical Chemistry , February 1, 2005)