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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy plays a paramount role in modern organic chemistry because it is the most important technique used for assessing the structure of both natural and synthetic organic molecules. It is also extremely useful for studying bio-macromolecules, organic materials, and supramolecular systems. This introductory presentation aims at drawing, for non-expert people, an elementary outline of the NMR techniques and their main uses. The basic issues of NMR – nuclear spin and its interaction with a magnetic field, NMR instrumentation, spin coupling, double resonance, and 2D techniques – are addressed.

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