Nuclear magnetic resonance techniques have advanced dramatically in recent years, and are now more powerful and more versatile than ever before. To exploit these techniques efficiently, the chemist must have both an understanding of their theoretical basis and the ability to interpret thespectra accurately. The new edition of this established workbook develops the latter skill to an advanced level by a combination of worked examples and set problems that cover one- and two-dimensional NMR techniques applied to organic and inorganic systems. Most of the problems are genuineresearch examples, and this new edition contains eight pages of problems drawn from very recent research work. This second edition is fully compatible with the second edition of Modern NMR Spectroscopy: a guide for chemists, and the two books are thoroughly cross referenced throughout.