Providing a definitive reference source on novel methods in NMR acquisition and processing, this book will highlight similarities and differences between emerging approaches and focus on identifying which methods are best suited for different applications. The highly qualified editors have conducted extensive research into the fundamentals of fast methods of data acquisition in NMR, including applications of non-Fourier methods of spectrum analysis. With contributions from additional distinguished experts in allied fields, clear explanations are provided on methods that speed up NMR experiments using different ways to manipulate the nuclei in the sample, modern methods for estimating the spectrum from the time domain response recorded during an NMR experiment, and finally how the data is sampled. Starting with a historical overview of Fourier Transformation and its role in modern NMR spectroscopy, this volume will clarify and demystify this important emerging field for spectroscopists and analytical chemists in industry and academia.
The book serves as a step stone for professional NMR scientists who are interested in adopting or developing fast data collection approaches for their own application and research.
The assembled book for fast NMR is a timely contribution from all expert authors and editors. It serves the NMR community with a new direction and a solid starting point for further fast NMR development.