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An undergraduate textbook first published in 1972 and here updated from the 1992 edition to reflect the slowdown in technical changes in nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and the still increasing applications. Akitt (retired from U. of Leeds) and Mann (chemistry, U. of Sheffield) now emphasize Fourier transform spectroscopy and have added high-field spectra to the low-field spectra of previous editions. They provide the physical background of the technology from the perspective of the whole periodic table rather than simply the narrow applications of hydrogen and carbon spectroscopy. The text contains brief answers to all the problems; fuller answers are on a web site.