Chemical Shifts and Coupling Constants for Hydrogen-1. Part by M. P. Dobhal (auth.), R. R. Gupta, M. D. Lechner (eds.)

By M. P. Dobhal (auth.), R. R. Gupta, M. D. Lechner (eds.)

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) relies at the proven fact that definite nuclei show a magnetic second, orient via a magnetic box, and take in attribute frequencies within the radiofrequency a part of the spectrum. The spectral strains of the nuclei are hugely inspired through the chemical surroundings i.e. the constitution and interplay of the molecules. NMR is now the major strategy and a strong software for the research of the constitution and interplay of molecules. the current Landolt-Börnstein quantity III/35 "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) information" is for that reason of significant curiosity to all scientists and engineers who intend to exploit NMR to check the constitution and the binding of molecules. quantity III/35 "NMR-Data" is split into numerous subvolumes and elements. Subvolume III/35A includes the nuclei 11Band 31P, subvolume III/35B includes the nuclei 19Fand 15N, subvolume III/35C includes the nucleus 1H, subvolume III/35D comprises the nucleus 13C, and subvolume III/35E includes the nucleus 17O. extra nuclei should be provided later.

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8(l) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−3 95Gra 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 36 No. Gross formula 881 C17H28O Solvent C6D6 J [Hz] Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. Gross formula Solvent 900 C18H14O6 Acetone-d6 901 C18H14O6 904 J [Hz] 37 Ref. 0(g) 69Dut 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 38 No. Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref. 4 Coupling constant 39 No. Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref. 0(l) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−3 90Bas 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 40 No. 0(d), Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 3(f), 41 Ref. 5(j) 99Max 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 42 No.

0(g) 69Dut 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 38 No. Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref. 4 Coupling constant 39 No. Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref. 0(l) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−3 90Bas 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 40 No. 0(d), Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 3(f), 41 Ref. 5(j) 99Max 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 42 No. Gross formula Solvent 1027 C19H16O6 Acetone-d6 1028 C19H16O7 1030 J [Hz] Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 6(g), 43 Ref. 0(q) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−3 97Mon 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 44 No. Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref.

5(f), 49 Ref. 5(j) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−3 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 50 No. Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 5(d), 51 Ref. 0(m;n) 97Bar 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 52 No. Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. Gross formula 1284 C20H24O7 Solvent DMSO-d6 J [Hz] 53 Ref. 5(r) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−3 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 54 No. 0(f), Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. Gross formula 1320 C20H28O3 Solvent DMSO-d6 55 J [Hz] Ref. 8(o) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−3 76Her3 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 56 No.

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