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Infrared characteristic group frequencies. This book, together with the The Handbook of Infrared and Raman Characteristic Frequencies of Organic Molecules by Lin~Vien, are the two books that I use almost on a daily base
Infrared characteristic group frequencies. This book, together with the The Handbook of Infrared and Raman Characteristic Frequencies of Organic Molecules by Lin~Vien, are the two books that I use almost on a daily base. With the electronic IR/Raman library becoming more and more popular, it is no longer necessary for your to remember all the peak y. But having a book that compiles all the group frequencies and explains how the various chemical environments could affect the vibrational modes is a must-have if you are a serious vibrational spectroscopist.
Deals with organic compounds/groups as well as inorganic compounds and coordination complexes. Covers the entire infrared region and includes scores of correlation charts, figures and tables.
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Socrates, Infrared Characteristic Group of Frequencies (Wiley, New York, 1980). F. R. Dollish, W. G. Fateley, and F. Bentley, Characteristic Raman Frequencies of Organic Compounds (Wiley, New York, 1997). 26. 27. Varsanyi, Vibrational Spectra of Benzene Derivatives (Academic, New York, 1969). 28. B. Smith, Infrared Spectral Interpretation, A Systematic Approach (CRC, Washington, DC, 1999).
This handbook of infrared characteristic group frequencies (containing numerous charts, figures and tables) should be beneficial to all those working in the infrared region. At the start of each chapter, the steric, electronic and solvent-solute interactions which affect group frequencies are discussed; related tables then follow each discussion. The accent of the book is on analytical interpretation and the coverage of both organic and inorganic compounds is comprehensive and practical.
George Socrates is the author of Infrared and Raman Characteristic Group Frequencies: Tables . 2. Alkane Group Residues: C-H Group. 3. Alkenes, Oximes, Imines, Amidines, Azo Compounds: C C, C N, N N Groups. 4. Triple Bond Compounds: -C C-, -C N, -N C, -N N Groups.
Request permission to reuse content from this site. 5. Cumulated Double-bond Compounds:X Y Z Group. 6. Hydroxyl Group Compounds: O-H Group. 7. Ethers: G1-O-G2 Group. 8. Peroxides and Hydroperoxides: -O-O-Group. 9. Amines, Imines, and Their Hydrohalides.
John Wiley & Sons, Jun 18, 2004 - Science - 366 pages. One of my "must have" reference books when it comes to the interpretation of IR spectra. The detail and breadth of organic functional groups covered makes this an excellent starting point to understanding the IR spectra of samples (with or without known chemical structures).
Infrared characteristic group frequencies. Preface The purpose of this book is to provide a simple introduction to characteristic group frequencies so as to assist all who may need to interpret or examine infrared and Raman spectra. The characteristic absorptions of functional groups over the entire infrared region, including the far and near regions, are given in tables as well as being discussed and amplified in the text.
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