## High resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. 2 |

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8.8 Basic

environment of the interacting magnetic nuclei: it has been sufficient that the

nuclei have coupled together. But the existence of a finite coupling constant

between ...

8.8 Basic

**Symmetry**Functions So far it has not been necessary to discuss theenvironment of the interacting magnetic nuclei: it has been sufficient that the

nuclei have coupled together. But the existence of a finite coupling constant

between ...

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(8.68) The trace of a matrix representing a

character x(R) of the operator in the <pk representation. After performing a linear

transformation on the base functions <pk it may be possible to divide the/

functions ...

(8.68) The trace of a matrix representing a

**symmetry**operator is known as thecharacter x(R) of the operator in the <pk representation. After performing a linear

transformation on the base functions <pk it may be possible to divide the/

functions ...

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An A B2 system has C2

represented as being situated at the corners of an isosceles triangle as shown

below. A A reflection about a plane bisecting the angle BAB and perpendicular to

the ...

An A B2 system has C2

**symmetry**since the three nuclei concerned can berepresented as being situated at the corners of an isosceles triangle as shown

below. A A reflection about a plane bisecting the angle BAB and perpendicular to

the ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

J Chem Phys 3 4 3 5 3 6 4 2 4 3 5 2 6 14 7 1 7 2 7 7 8 3 8 19 8 22 8 26 8 | 3 |

General Theory of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance | 10 |

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