Chemical Shift

  • B. I. Ionin
  • B. A. Ershov
Part of the Physical Methods in Organic Chemistry book series (PMOC)


The chemical shift is the main characteristic of an atom or a group of equivalent atoms in a molecule in a high-resolution NMR spectrum. Chemical shifts were observed for the first time by Proctor and Yu [1], However, we should regard the beginning of high-resolution NMR spectroscopy of organic compounds as the work of Arnold, Dharmatti, and Packard [2], who observed the spectrum of ethyl alcohol with three separate signals from three groups of equivalent protons for the first time in 1951.


Chemical Shift Benzene Ring Magnetic Anisotropy Lower Field Ring Current 
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  • B. I. Ionin
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  • B. A. Ershov
    • 1
  1. 1.Lensovet Institute of TechnologyLeningradUSSR

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