Methods in physical chemistry / edited by Rolf Schäfer, Peter C. Schmidt.
Contributor(s): Schäfer, Rolf | Schmidt, Peter C | Wiley InterScience (Online service).Material type: BookPublisher: Weinheim : Chichester : WiVCH ; John Wiley [distributor], 2011Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes (xxv, 846 pages)) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783527636839; 3527636838; 9783527636853; 3527636854.Subject(s): Chemistry, Physical and theoretical -- Methodology | SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Inorganic | Chemistry, Physical and theoretical -- Methodology | Physikalische Chemie | MethodeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Methods in physical chemistry.DDC classification: 541/.2 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Meeting the needs of the scientific community, these two must-have volumes are the only work to provide a thorough overview of all the important methods currently used in physical chemistry. The work bridges the gap between standard textbooks and review articles, covering a large number of methods, as well as the motivation behind their use. The first volume deals with the gas and condensed phase, while volume two looks at interfaces and biomolecules and materials. A uniform approach is adopted throughout, while the critical comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of each method makes this a valuable reference for physical chemists and other scientists working with these techniques. In short, these two volumes deserve a place in every chemistry library, whether academic or industrial."--Provided by publisher.
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Methods in Physical Chemistry; Contents to Volume; List of Contributors; Part I Gas Phase; 1 Manipulating the Motion of Complex Molecules: Deflection, Focusing, and Deceleration of Molecular Beams for Quantum-State and Conformer Selection; 1.1 Introduction: Controlled Molecules; 1.2 Experimental Methods; 1.2.1 Large Neutral Molecules in the Gas Phase; 1.2.2 Manipulation of Molecular Beams with Electric and Magnetic Fields; 1.2.3 Alignment and Orientation of Molecular Ensembles; 1.3 Experimental Details; 1.3.1 Deflection; 1.3.2 Alternating-Gradient Focusing.
1.3.3 Alternating-Gradient Deceleration1.4 Selected Applications; 1.4.1 Cluster and Biomolecules Deflection; 1.4.2 Conformer Selection; 1.4.3 Three-Dimensional Orientation; 1.4.4 Molecular-Frame Photoelectron Angular Distributions; 1.5 Conclusions and Perspectives; References; 2 Laser Ionization Spectroscopy; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Basic Principles; 2.3 Experimental Methods; 2.3.1 Single-Photon Ionization; 2.3.2 Resonance Enhanced Multiphoton Ionization; 2.3.3 Ion-Dip Spectroscopy; 2.3.4 Pulsed-Field Ionization; 2.3.5 Strong-Field Ionization; 2.3.6 Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer.
2.4 Case Studies2.4.1 Identification of Substances and Structural Isomers; 2.4.2 Trace Analysis of Molecules; 2.4.3 Laser Ionization as a Source of State-Selected Ions; 2.5 Conclusions and Perspectives; 2.6 Supplementary Material; References; 3 Mass Spectrometry for Ion Chemistry and Links from the Gas Phase to ''Real'' Processes; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Key Experimental Methods; 3.3 Ion Structures; 3.3.1 Differentiation of C7H7+ Isomers; 3.3.2 Generation, Characterization, and Spectroscopy of [FeCH4O]+ Ions; 3.4 Ion Energetics; 3.4.1 Threshold Ionization and ''Titration'' of Reaction Barriers.
3.4.2 Thermochemistry of FeOmHn-/0/+/2+ Ions (''Gaseous Rust'')3.5 Reactions of Neutral Molecules Studied by Mass Spectrometry; 3.5.1 Electron-Transfer Mass Spectrometry; 3.5.2 Charge-Tagging Methods; 3.6 Ion Catalysis; 3.7 Summary and Perspectives; References; Part II Condensed-Phase; 4 Solid State NMR: a Versatile Tool in Solid State Chemistry and Materials Science; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Basic Principles; 4.2.1 Nuclear Magnetism and Precession; 4.2.2 Signal Excitation and Detection; 4.2.3 Relaxation Phenomena; 4.2.4 Internal Interactions; 4.3 Experimental Techniques.
4.3.1 Sample Spinning Techniques4.3.2 Spin Echo Decay Methods; 4.3.3 Hetero- and Homonuclear Decoupling; 4.3.4 Multi-Dimensional NMR; 4.3.5 Coherence Transfer Techniques; 4.3.6 Recoupling of Homonuclear Magnetic Dipole-Dipole Interactions; 4.3.7 Recoupling of Heteronuclear Magnetic Dipole-Dipole Interactions; 4.4 Selected Applications; 4.4.1 Glasses; 4.4.2 Supramolecular Systems; 4.5 Conclusion; 4.6 Supplementary Material; References; 5 EPR-ESR-EMR, an Ongoing Success Story; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Basic Principles; 5.3 Experimental Methods; 5.3.1 Continuous Wave EMR at High Fields and Frequencies.