In his latest edition of the highly successful Organic Spectroscopy, William
Kemp continues to keep both student and researcher informed of the most recent
developments in the various fields of spectroscopy.
The main features of the second edition are retained, including the muitinuclear
approach to theory, the stepvvise guidance on spectrum analysis, the discussion
of a variety of nuclei and the summary of recent multipulse experiments.
The publication of this third edition has been centred around three main themes:
1. The introduction of around a hundred new student exercises throughout the
book, both in the form of vvorked examples (showing the working