Fundamentals of the Interpretation of Proton Spectra
Although the early workers in nuclear magnetic resonance placed the subject on a firm theoretical basis, they simultaneously placed a number of stumbling blocks, such as electric quadrupole moments and diamagnetic susceptibilities, in the path of the average organic chemist. Many organic chemists effectively utilize IR and UV spectra without being concerned, and in some cases without knowing, the true nature of the particular transition which is involved. It is the purpose of this chapter to show how NMR spectra can be used in the same fashion.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Strength Methyl Proton Proton Signal Integration Curve Proton Spectrum
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