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Bakhmutov, a professional NMR spectroscopist at Texas A&M University's Department of Chemistry, explains basics and applications of NMR relaxation in this text for advanced undergraduates and graduate students encountering the topic for the first time. Early chapters deal with the basic theory of nuclear relaxation as a physical phenomenon and are written to be accessible to readers without specialist knowledge in physics and NMR. Later chapters provide practical examples of 1D and 2D NMR relaxation experiments. The book is also of interest to professional researchers in NMR spectroscopy in synthetic, biological, pharmaceutical, and industrial chemistry.
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