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Pople, Schneider, and Bernstein - A truly seminal treatise of NMR

Roberts, John D. (2005) Pople, Schneider, and Bernstein - A truly seminal treatise of NMR. Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 83 (9). pp. 1626-1628. ISSN 0008-4042.

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The appearance of the authoritative and comprehensive book, High-Resolution Nuclear Resonance Spectroscopy, by John A. Pople, William G. Schneider, and Harold J. Bernstein in 1959 came at just the right time for chemists and other scientists to develop a clear vision of the wide breadth of applications of this critical emerging field and, in addition, to have the opportunity to learn the underlying basic theory in substantial detail.

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Additional Information:© 2005 NRC Canada. This article is part of a Special Issue dedicated to organic reaction mechanisms.
Subject Keywords:Pople, Schneider, Bernstein, NMR theory, NMR applications
Issue or Number:9
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Deposited By: Lindsay Cleary
Deposited On:23 Jan 2007
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