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) is predicated at the proven fact that definite nuclei express 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 traces of the nuclei are hugely inspired by way of the chemical surroundings i.e. the constitution and interplay of the molecules. NMR is now the best procedure and a strong device for the research of the constitution and interplay of molecules. the current Landolt-Börnstein quantity III/35 "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facts" is as a result of significant curiosity to all scientists and engineers who intend to take advantage of NMR to review the constitution and the binding of molecules. quantity III/35 "NMR-Data" is split into numerous subvolumes and components. Subvolume III/35A includes the nuclei 11Band 31P, subvolume III/35B includes the nuclei 19Fand 15N, subvolume III/35C comprises 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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2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 32 No. Gross formula 1301 1302 C12H9N3O3 C12H9N3O3 1303 1304 1305 1306 1307 1309 1310 1312 1314 1315 1316 1317 1318 1319 1321 1322 1324 1325 1326 1327 1328 1329 1330 1331 1332 1333 1334 1335 1336 1337 1338 1339 1340 1341 1342 1343 1344 1345 Solvent DMSO−d6 DMSO−d6 30°C CDCl3 C12H9N3O4 C12H9N3O6 CDCl3+DMSO−d6 DMSO−d6 C12H9N5O CDCl3 C12H10BrNO3 CDCl3 C12H10ClFO3S CF3COOH C12H10ClNO2S CD3COCD3 C12H10ClNO4S CCl4 C12H10Cl2N2O2 CF3COOH C12H10FNO3 C12H10F3N CDCl3 CDCl3 C12H10F3NO CDCl3 C12H10F3NO2 CDCl3 C12H10N2 − C12H10N2 2 [ H6]DMSO C12H10N2O2 DMSO−d6 C12H10N2O3S DMSO−d6 C12H10N4O C12H10N4O5 CDCl3 CCl4 C12H10O CDCl3 C12H10OS2 CDCl3 C12H10O2S C12H10O3 DMSO−d6 CDCl3 C12H10O3 C12H10O3 CDCl3 C12H10O3 CDCl3 C12H10O4 CDCl3 CDCl3 C12H10O4 DMSO−d6 C12H10O5 CDCl3 C12H11BrN2O3 C12H11BrO CDCl3 CDCl3 C12H11BrO4S C12H11Br2NO3 CDCl3+CD3COCD3 CDCl3 C12H11Br2N3O2 C12H11ClFNO2S CDCl3 C12H11ClN2O CDCl3 CDCl3 C12H11ClN2OS C12H11ClO2 CDCl3 CDCl3 C12H11ClO2 J [Hz] Ref.

Gross formula Solvent J [Hz] Ref.

97Sam 77Cha 83Bar 89Yam1 91Nio2 77Cro 99El−K 79Ahl 98Abd 76Ish1 81Lip 88Smi 80Nis 78Mae 89Bar2 75Sai 87Yog 77She 98Mot 84Boc 90Kas2 78Alp 77Far 89Sch 90Jon 99Dür 94Bar2 92Hua 79Ben1 92Nis2 77Lal 89Ash 87Sar 90Dan 85Bis 85Meh 83Gil 94Sha 71Ots2 73Bra 89Ish 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 58 No. 0(b,2H) Ref. 4 Coupling constant No. 0(a,2H;b,2H) 59 Ref. 77Mar 84Tho 82Koz 77She 84Chi 00Ber 90Lee2 92Kuz 88Rao 73Moo 91Nio2 94Yad 75Jon 88Smi 84Nak 98Abd 79Ahl 87Cro1 84Gra 94Ies 77Mel 79Zec 75Her1 96Egg 86Hic 95Für 89Bar2 78Sek 80Hai 99Erb 91Dah 96Una 85Hoo 95Kap 76Sha1 73Wal 89Alc 78Ito 94Yad 94Bar2 76Sen1 2 Hydrogen−1 NMR 60 No.

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