Three complementary techniques are usually covered by modern textbooks dealing with the application of physical methods in organic chemistry, namely, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), infrared spectroscopy (IR) and mass spectrometry (MS). Older books used to add ultraviolet-visible (UV-VIS) spectroscopy to this list. While all of these techniques may be successfully applied to the investigation of some particular aspect of a structural study, in these authors' opinion NMR and MS stand out because of the of amount of clear-cut information they provide. In this article NMR and MS are described from the point of view of the organic chemist. Simulated and real life examples are presented with the aim of helping learners to understand which information can be gathered from each of these structural tools. http://greenplanet.eolss.net/EolssLogn/mss/C06/E6-101/E6-101-13/E6-101-13-TXT.aspx#1._Introduction

Organic Spectroscopy

CREMONINI, MAURO ANDREA;BONAGA, GIORGIO
2006

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Three complementary techniques are usually covered by modern textbooks dealing with the application of physical methods in organic chemistry, namely, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), infrared spectroscopy (IR) and mass spectrometry (MS). Older books used to add ultraviolet-visible (UV-VIS) spectroscopy to this list. While all of these techniques may be successfully applied to the investigation of some particular aspect of a structural study, in these authors' opinion NMR and MS stand out because of the of amount of clear-cut information they provide. In this article NMR and MS are described from the point of view of the organic chemist. Simulated and real life examples are presented with the aim of helping learners to understand which information can be gathered from each of these structural tools. http://greenplanet.eolss.net/EolssLogn/mss/C06/E6-101/E6-101-13/E6-101-13-TXT.aspx#1._Introduction
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