Higher-order spin systems; AB, AB2, A2B2, A′2B′2, ABX, and ABC; calculations for AB, AB2, and ABX; “virtual” coupling

  • Roy H. BibleJr.


Spin System Olefinic Proton Notational Term Coupling Section Spin Pattern 
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Suggested Reading

  1. Bhacca and Williams: pp. 42–47, 77–78, 135–150, and 176–181.Google Scholar
  2. Bible: pp. 77–104.Google Scholar
  3. Emsley, Feeney, and Sutcliffe: pp. 311–428 and 794–816.Google Scholar
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  7. J. D. Roberts in the text, An Introduction to the Analysis of Spin–Spin Splitting in High–Resolution NMR Spectra, W. A. Benjamin, Inc. (New York), 1961, presents a simplified theory of both first- and higher-order spin-spin interactions.Google Scholar
  8. Wiberg, K.B., and B.J. Nist, The Interpretation of NMR Spectra, W.A. Benjamin, Inc. (New York), 1962.Google Scholar

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© Plenum Press 1967

Authors and Affiliations

  • Roy H. BibleJr.
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  1. 1.G. D. Searle & CompanyChicagoUSA

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