By Roger S. Macomber
Macomber's ebook doesn't presume a rigorous functional or theoretical heritage in NMR for the reader. it's a useful first step for college kids and self-teachers of NMR. it truly is a superb gateway to extra in depth or mathematical texts.
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Fig. 3. Electron density difference map of tetrafluoroterephthalodinitrile in the molecular plane (from ). 075 electrons per Å3, positive contours full lines, negative contours dashed, zero contour dotted. Note the weak density in the C–F bond. , a set of multipoles, each multiplied by a radial function and centered at an atomic position. The Fourier coefficients of FROM MOLECULAR STRUCTURE TOWARDS BIOLOGY 19 the various functions are then added to the free-atom form factors with variable population parameters, which are refined, together with the atomic positional coordinates and ADPs in one giant least-squares analysis.
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