The effect of substituents in a series of organic silicon hydrides on the chemical shift of the hydride protons was studied.
For most of the compounds additivity of the change in chemical shift with relation to the polar effect of the substituents was observed.
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Khidekel', M.L., Egorochkin, A.N., Ponomarenko, V.A. et al. Nuclear magnetic resonance of silicon hydrides. Russ Chem Bull 12, 1032–1033 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00845491
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
- Chemical Shift
- Polar Effect