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

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

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) relies at the indisputable fact that definite nuclei show a magnetic second, orient by way of a magnetic box, and take up attribute frequencies within the radiofrequency a part of the spectrum. The spectral strains of the nuclei are hugely encouraged by way of the chemical atmosphere i.e. the constitution and interplay of the molecules. NMR is now the major approach 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 hence 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 comprises the nuclei 19Fand 15N, subvolume III/35C includes the nucleus 1H, subvolume III/35D includes the nucleus 13C, and subvolume III/35E comprises the nucleus 17O. extra nuclei may be awarded later.

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4 Coupling constant No. 0(a,3H;d,2H) Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−2 37-1 Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 0(c) 37-2 Ref. 82Bro 85Ike 74Nag2 00Kou 82Kar 75Bla 82Fir 83Bél 75Sai 75Hul2 88Kyb 91Nit 77Mar 97Shi 89Teu 92Lev 82Fir 97Alv 84Tho 80Dor 99Eic 73Fos 75Hul2 82Hol1 80Shr 78Atk 70Eng1 78Pad 90Got 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 38 No. Gross formula Solvent 1571 1572 1573 1574 1575 1576 1577 1578 1579 1581 1582 1583 1584 1585 1587 1588 1589 1590 1591 1592 1593 1594 1595 1596 1597 1598 1599 1600 1602 1603 1604 1605 1606 1607 1609 1610 1613 1614 1615 1616 C13H10N2O2 C13H10N2O2 C13H10N2O2 C13H10N2O2 C13H10N2O2 C13H10N2O3 C13H10N2O4 C13H10N4O2S C13H10N4O3S C13H10OS C13H10OS3 C13H10O4 C13H10O5 C13H10S2 C13H11Br2N C13H11Br2NO2 C13H11ClN2O5 C13H11F5O C13H11N C13H11NO C13H11NOS C13H11NO2 C13H11NO2 C13H11NO3 C13H11NO3 C13H11NO3 C13H11NO4 C13H11NO4 C13H11NO6 C13H11NS C13H11N3 C13H11N3O C13H11N3O C13H11N3O2 C13H11N3O4 C13H11N3O5 C13H12ClNO2S C13H12Cl2N4 C13H12F3NO2 C13H12F3NO3 CDCl3 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 CF3COOH CDCl3 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 CDCl3 2 [ H]Chloroform CD3COCD3 CDCl3 CD3OD CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 2 [ H6]DMSO CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CCl4 CDCl3 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 J [Hz] Ref.

98Mar 89Nad 96Kep 70Bax 86Shr 75Cam 82Aki 90Shi 75Per 97Dan 80Jeg 80Per2 90Lee2 82Heg 78Gel 80Tew 90Kas1 73Fie2 88Mac 81Bak 78Utl 79Kim 84Aki 92Kob 94Roh 71Hic1 84Ram 80Jeg 73Col 95Bou 78Wat 00Bla 96Hua 90Kas2 80Des 95Yam 97Cop 86Tay 73Fie2 89Rei 72Dol 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 54 No. 0(a,3H;b,2H) Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. Gross formula Solvent 2381 2382 2383 2384 2385 2388 2389 2390 2391 2392 2393 2394 2395 2396 2397 2398 2399 2401 2402 2403 2404 2405 2407 2408 2409 2410 2411 2413 2414 2415 2416 2417 2418 2419 2420 2421 C17H14N4O2 C17H14OS C17H14O2 C17H14O2S C17H14O3 C17H14O3S C17H14O5 C17H14S C17H15Cl2NO C17H15N C17H15N C17H15NO2 C17H15NO2 C17H15NO2 C17H15NO3S C17H15NO4 C17H15N3O C17H15N3O3 C17H15O2P C17H16BrNOS2 C17H16BrN3OS C17H16ClN3 C17H16N2O C17H16N2O C17H16N2OS C17H16N2O2 C17H16N2O3 C17H16N4O3 C17H16O C17H16O2S C17H16O2S C17H16S2 C17H17NO C17H17NO C17H17NO2 C17H17NO2 2423 2424 2426 2427 C17H17NO2S C17H17NO2S C17H17NO4 C17H17NO4 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CS2 CDCl3 CDCl3 CD3COCD3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CCl4 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 − CDCl3 Pyridine−d5 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 DMSO−d6 CF3COOD CDCl3 2 [ H6]Acetone CCl4 CS2 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 CDCl3 31ºC CDCl3 CDCl3 CCl4 CDCl3 Landolt−Börnstein New Series III/35C,Part−2 J [Hz] 55 Ref.

5(c;d) Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 0(a;b) 47 Ref. 91Yam 87Boo 81Ahl 89Yam2 91Dub 88Nor 96Bry 89Nij 70Arm 96Gme 77Bar 83Tam 92Ade 83Bie 98Kit 92Bro 88Dal 89Yos 99Abe 84Aki 83Kae 78Mat 95Yam 99Abe 84Lai 70Wak 75Sel 70Wak 89Gri 80Mah 70Dic2 99Sez 99Zha 85Aki 79Dri 80Ash 92Min1 99Sel 74Mah 74Beg 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 48 No. 0(c,2H;e,2H) Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 0(a,3H;e,2H) 49 Ref. 74Omo 74Wak1 80Bai 95Pur 81Hew 75Coo 82Dan 84Chi 90Eji 82Hol1 88Bur 80Smi 98Mar 74Nas 80Nad 85Bos 75Wor 73Jon 99Erb 80Tew 83Oha 84Seb 99Att 90Lee2 92Dav 90Kas2 85Hei 83Nik 97Att 89Yan 81Jer 78Gel 95Rut 95Per 82Goo 79Gia 91Tra 80Smi 96Mol2 85Moy 70Goo 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 50 No.

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