Studies of the Perchlorate Ion
Studies of the perchlorate ion have already been briefly mentioned in previous chapters where the natural division between covalent and ionic environments have been made. The perchlorate ion (as also the perbromate and periodate ions) does, however, not fit well into this scheme for the present treatment: The chlorine atom is participating in covalent bonds but the field of applications is more closely related to that of halide ions. Since the Cl NMR properties of the perchlorate ion are in some important respects rather different from those of both covalent organic compounds and halide ions, it was found most convenient to discuss these studies separately.
KeywordsHuman Serum Albumin Relaxation Rate Correlation Time Infinite Dilution Quadrupole Coupling Constant
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