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Nuclear magnetic resonance of silicon hydrides

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    The effect of substituents in a series of organic silicon hydrides on the chemical shift of the hydride protons was studied.

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    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).

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  • Silicon
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
  • Chemical Shift
  • Hydride
  • Polar Effect