Publisher description for Spectra interpretation of organic compounds / Ernčo Pretsch, Jean Thomas Clerc.


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Counter A unique advanced textbook on spectroscopy. This interactive tutorial presents text, software and data in a state-of-the-art introduction to the interpretation of 13C- and 1H-nuclear magnetic resonance, infrared, mass and UV/VIS spectra. Designed as a hands-on guide, the newcomer or student learns not only by reading but by experimenting, using the powerful software tools and data provided on the accompanying CD-ROM. The software, based on the outstanding SpecTool product, enables you to learn how to interpret molecular spectra correctly, rapidly and easily. Moreover, you can check your progress by working through the examples embedded in this self-study course that demonstrate how to identify an organic compound and to elucidate its structure. All the material and software presented are the essence of the two authors' longstanding teaching experience.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Organic compounds Analysis Computer-assisted instruction, Spectrum analysis Computer-assisted instruction