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Properties of Molecules in a Magnetic Field
Theory of the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Method
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absorption acetylacetone acid applied field aromatic axial benzene broadening calculated CH2 group chemical shifts coil components compounds corresponding cycles/sec cyclohexane diamagnetic dilution shifts doublet effect electron electronegativity energy enol equations equatorial equivalent nuclei ethylenic exchange field H0 fluorine fluorine atoms fluorine resonance frequency gauss give rise Gutowsky Hamiltonian high field hydrogen bonds induced interaction ions isomers Larmor precession lines liquid low field lower field magnetic field magnetic resonance spectra matrix elements Mc/sec measured method molecular molecule multiplet NMR spectra nonequivalent nuclear magnetic nuclei observed obtained paramagnetic phenol phosphorus position proton magnetic resonance proton resonance spectra proton signal pyridine quadrupole quartet ratio reference relative intensities resonance signal rf field ring rotation sample screening constant separation shown in Fig solution solvent spin coupling constants spin-lattice relaxation spin-spin structure substituted susceptibility symmetry tautomer temperature theory tion trans transition triplet values vector wave functions