Spectroscopic techniques in organic chemistry by Baker, A. J.

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Statementby A.J. Baker and T. Cairns.
SeriesSpectroscopy ineducation -- v.2
ContributionsCairns, T.
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The following methods are explained and examples given: UV/Vis Spectroscopy, derivative Spectroscopy, chirooptical methods CD and ORD. • Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy (Sections ) • Ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) Spectroscopy (Section ) • Mass (MS) spectrometry (not really spectroscopy) (Section ) Molecular Spectroscopy: the interaction of electromagnetic radiation (light) with matter (organic compounds).

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