Experientia

, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp 41–54 | Cite as

Magnetische Kernresonanz in der Chemie

  • H. Labhart
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Summary

This paper gives a simple outline of those features of the theory of nuclear magnetic resonance that are important to chemical applications. After a short description of apparatus and experimental techniques, there follows a number of representative chemical applications. The possibilities of the method are compared with the information obtained from infra-red spectroscopy.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Labhart
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  1. 1.CIBABasel und Universität BaselBasel

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