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NMR of polymers [by] I. Ya. Slonim and A.N. Lyubimov.

Izrail" IAkovlevich Slonim

NMR of polymers [by] I. Ya. Slonim and A.N. Lyubimov.

Translated from Russian by C. Nigel Turton and Tatiana I. Turton.

by Izrail" IAkovlevich Slonim

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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers and polymerization,
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsLiubimov, Aleksandr Nikolaevich
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP1140 S5513
    The Physical Object
    Pagination365p.
    Number of Pages365
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17400239M

    Styrene—divinylbenzene copolymer gel beads in a swollen state were characterized with a proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1 H‐NMR) using chloroform as a signal of chloroform was observed as doublet peaks and the peak at higher magnetic field was assigned to chloroform inside the gel beads and the other at lower magnetic field to one outside the gel beads. Nevertheless, synthetic polymers are characterized by a wide complexity in their structure and dynamics, and this article highlights the possible investigation of a variety of important aspects in this field by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). Complexity in synthetic polymers arises for different reasons, which shall be summarized in this File Size: KB.

    This book satisfies this need. This book originates from a three-day symposium at the Pacifichem Conference in December , where active practitioners of NMR gathered to provide a lively and highly successful symposium that included 43 talks and 24 posters, representing the state-of-the-art research of polymer NMR in solids, liquids, and imaging.5/5(1). Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy 27 Structural analysis by NMR 27 NMR of hydroxy protons 33 Mass spectrometry 35 Electron ionization 35 Electrospray ionization 36 Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization 37 File Size: 3MB.

    In order to calculate the average value of p and thereby define a "degree of acrylation," I should be able to use a similar process. Presumably, by integrating three acrylate group peaks (~ 6 ppm) compared to a shifted PEG peak that represents the PEG CH2 groups directly next to the PLA blocks (~ ppm).However, I have a few questions: 1) Why do the acrylate groups gives 3 peaks even though. a n g e exchange intensity i n t e n s i t y; t. m. t. m. CODEX: reorientation angle. CODEX build-up curves. for a given mixing time depends on the overall duration of recoupling. shape of the curves depends significantly on the reorientation angle. Overview of NMR of Bulk Polymers.


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NMR of polymers [by] I. Ya. Slonim and A.N. Lyubimov by Izrail" IAkovlevich Slonim Download PDF EPUB FB2

By using the bibliographic directory appended to the list, the reader can readily find references to the latest literature for all sections of the book. Slonim A. Lyubimov v Preface to the Russian Edition The aim of this book is mainly to answer the questions which inevitably arise for a chemist who wishes to use NMR in his work on.

By using the bibliographic directory appended to the list, the reader can readily find references to the latest literature for all sections of the book.

Slonim A. Lyubimov v Preface to the Russian Edition The aim of this book is mainly to answer the questions which inevitably arise for a chemist who wishes to use NMR in his work on Pages: 4.

Study of Breakdown and Other Reactions in Polymers.- VI Use of the NMR Method for Quantitative Analysis of Polymers.- 1. Determination of the Composition of Two-Phase Systems.- 2. Determination of the Composition of Copolymers.- Additional Bibliography.- Subject Index to Bibliography.

Responsibility: by I. Slonim, A.N. Lyubimov. Cite this chapter as: Slonim I.Y., Lyubimov A.N. () Use of the NMR Method for Quantitative Analysis of Polymers. In: The NMR of : I.

Slonim, A. Lyubimov. Lyubimov's 7 research works with 11 citations and 15 reads, including: Study of the Structure of Polymers by the NMR Method. This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of NMR, with applications of multidimensional NMR and the new solution and solid-state methods in polymer science.

NMR of Polymers is written by leading authorities for graduate students and professionals in. In the second part, applications of NMR to a variety of polymer systems in the solid state are es of this book:• Contains an up-to-date and comprehensive account of solid state NMR of polymers by leading researchers in the field• Provides a compilation of solid state NMR of polymers, which makes it an ideal reference book.

Book review Full text access Gaps in technology—Plastics: Third ministerial meeting on science of OECD countries (11 and 12 March, ) Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development,HMSO, pp., 21s. Characterization of polymers by NMR • Analysis: •O mf onomser • Of copolymers (sequences) • Of reaction products • Of the microstructure (3 types of isomerism, including tacticity) • Of the composition of a copolymer • Of branching in polyethylene • Of relaxation Size: KB.

A MONG THE EARLIEST APPLICATIONS OF NMR spectroscopy was the highly successful structure determination of polymers, including both homopolymers and copolymers.

Many examples can be cited from the early literature including those attributed to Bovey and his colleagues. Bovey found the use of 1 H NMR to be a fertile field to characterize the microstructure of hydrocarbon polymers. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Proton and Carbon NMR Spectra of Polymers is an updated, consolidated volume featuring the spectra published in three previous volumes, plus newly derived spectra.

It contains NMR spectra with associated analytical notes covering acrylics, amides, dienes, ethers, olefins, siloxins, styrene. NMR intrascopy has been used to investigate processes of diffusion of water in PA-6 at temperatures 10–90°C.

In the experiments the projection of the Cited by: 1. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a premiere technique for the studies of polymers. It is widely used for polymer identification, quality control, and reaction monitoring to structure determination, polymer morphology, compatibility, chain.

Literature Cited.- Two.- III Study of the Structure of Polymers by the NMR Method.- 1. Form of the Lines of NMR Spectra of Polymers.- 2.

Study of Crystallinity of Polymers.- 3. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Oriented Polymers.- 4. Study of the Chain Structure of a Polymer.- IV Study of Molecular Motion in Polymers by the NMR Method.- 1.

Scientists at Sigma-Aldrich routinely determine numberaverage molecular weight (Mn) by 1H NMR end-group analysis for polymers having Mn values under Sensitivity of the instrument to detect end-group protons will determine the upper limit that can be measured.

In order to use this method, the following criteria must be met. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a premiere technique for the studies of polymers. It is widely used for polymer identification, quality control, and reaction monitoring to structure determination, polymer morphology, compatibility, chain conformation, dynamics, diffusion, and imaging.

NMR users can be found in academia, industry, government agencies, and independent. NMR spectroscopy is a powerful technique that has advanced our understanding of structure-property relationships in polymers. The contributions to polymer science from NMR studies range from the molecular level characterization of polymer micro structure to the solid-state NMR analysis of polymer chain conformation and by: This revised and updated Second Edition of the best-selling reference/text is essential reading for students and scientists who seek a thorough and practical introduction to the field of polymer spectroscopy.

Eleven chapters cover the fundamental aspects and experimental applications of the primary spectroscopic methods. The advantages and disadvantages of the various techniques for 5/5(1). nmr spectroscopy of polymers book Tutorial on Solution NMR of on NMR of polymers. After a brief introduction to using one-dimensional 1D- NMR for quantitative analysis of polymers, the presentation covers properties of solid polymers are determined to.

NMR spectroscopy as a method of structure analysis is very powerful tool to investigate structure and dynamics of wide range of materials starting from dilute solution through, liquid like gels, soft polymers up to rigid and hard glasses, crystals and in some cases living organisms.

Among all NMR techniques predominantly solid-state NMR.State of NMR Solid Polymers Paperback) (, (, Paperback) State Polymers of Solid NMR: $ Solid State NMR of Polymers (, Paperback) Solid State NMR of by Polymers NMR Mirau: New New of Mirau: by NMR Polymers: $  I.

Ya Slonim In the time since this book was written, the application of NMR in the study of polymers has continued to develop rapidly. The main trends of the work have remained as before, namely, the study of the structure of polymers, molecular motion in them, and chemical conversions of high-molecular-weight substances.1/5(1).