The Principles of Nuclear Magnetism

The Principles of Nuclear Magnetism By A. Abragam
Publisher: O U P 1961 | 618 Pages | ISBN: 0198512368 | DJVU | 10 mb

Given the time at which it was written, this book is still unsurpassed in its quality, conciseness, and clarity of style in the field of NMR. It was written by a physicist, contrary to Ernst's book, which is also excellent but focuses more on the interpretation of spectra rather than spin physics. (This was of course Ernst's intent anyways, there already was an excellent textbook on NMR by Abragam; he saw Follow Rules!

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