Published by Wiley, this new 10-volume set captures every aspect of the interdisciplinary nature of magnetic resonance and provides the most complete and up-to-date source in the field. It includes many articles from the print editions of Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and recent EMR Books, as well as new and updated articles published online in the Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance.
The Encyclopedia of NMR covers all relevant areas for NMR technologies and applications in physics, chemistry and biology. In developing the successor to the Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (1996) the Editors concentrated on new articles in developing areas, such as protein structures, dynamics of molecular processes, characterization of materials, polymers and nanomaterials, NMR crystallography, solid biological samples such as membranes where NMR techniques are expanding at a rapid rate and enhancing knowledge especially in interdisciplinary areas.
All articles published in Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (1996) were replaced by new articles, updated if necessary or deleted. Overall, more than half of the articles have been newly commissioned or updated.
Find out more about the online edition here: www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/ref/emr
To speak to the editors or for sample chapters, online access or a review copy of Encyclopedia of NMR please contact: Michelle Martella at Wiley Tel: +1 201-748-6145/email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Encyclopedia of NMR
December 2012 • 6442pp
$3750.00; CAN $4125.00; €3000.00; £2500.00
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