Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Lecture no. 30 from the course: Foundations of Organic Chemistry
Taught by Professor Ron B. Davis Jr. | 29 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course
Visit the radio portion of the electromagnetic spectrum for insights into how tiny, atom-sized magnets in organic molecules interact with radio waves (and each other) to produce a complex set of magnetic resonances—which are one of the gold-standard identification tools used in modern organic chemistry. Topics include Zeeman splitting, magnetic spin-spin coupling, and multiplets.