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By R. R. Gupta, M. D. Lechner (eds.)

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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)is in line with the truth that sure nuclei convey a magnetic second, orient by way of a magnetic box, and take in attribute frequencies within the radiofrequency a part of the spectrum. The spectral traces of the nuclei are hugely encouraged by means of the chemical setting i.e. the constitution and interplay of the molecules. NMR is now the top method and a strong software for the research of the constitution and interplay of molecules. the current Landolt-Börnstein vol.III/35 "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facts" is accordingly of significant curiosity to all scientists and engineers who intend to exploit NMR to check the constitution and the binding of molecules. Vol. III/35 "NMR-DATA" is split into a number of subvol.and elements. III/35 A comprises the nuclei 11B and 31 P,III/35 B comprises the nuclei 19F and 15 N, III/35 C includes the nucleus 1H, III/35 D includes the nucleus thirteen C,and III/35E comprises the nucleus 17 O. extra nuclei could be awarded later.

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Ppm] [Hz] Structure O 7 O Br O 2 O-2: 385 O-7: 374 C-O: 265 87Boy2 O-2: 386 O-7: 375 C-O: 264 87Boy2 O-2: 385 O-7: 376 C-O: 264 87Boy2 O-2: 382 O-7: 373 C-O: 263 87Boy2 O-2: 395 O-7: 377 C-O: 262 87Boy2 O7 583 C8H3ClO3 MeCN O Cl O2 O7 584 C8H3FO3 MeCN O F O2 O7 585 C8H3IO3 MeCN O I O2 O7 586 C8H3NO5 MeCN O NO2 O2 587 C8H4BrNO MeCN p-NC-C6H4-COBr 530 90-240 97Dah2 588 C8H4ClF3O MeCN o-F3C-C6H4-COCl 529 128 91Boy3 589 C8H4ClF3O MeCN p-F3C-C6H4-COCl 498 200 91Boy3 590 C8H4ClF3O CCl4 p-Cl-C6H4-CO-CF3 555 300-800 97Dah2 591 C8H4ClNO MeCN CCl4 p-NC-C6H4-COCl 500 504 263 90-240 592 C8H4ClNO2 CCl4 p-Cl-C6H4-CO-NCO 593 C8H4Cl2O2 MeCN 1,2-(COCl)2-C6H4 516 197 91Boy3 594 C8H4Cl2O2 MeCN 1,4-(COCl)2-C6H4 502 267 91Boy3 595 C8H4F3NO MeCN p-F3C-C6H4-NCO 119 596 C8H4F3O HSO3F/ SbF5/SO2 m-F3C-C6H4-C≡O+ 320 175 84Ola 597 C8H4F3O HSO3F/ SbF5/SO2 p-F3C-C6H4-C≡O+ 322 165 84Ola 598 C8H4F3O2 H2O p-F3C-C6H4-COO− 268 140-300 97Dah2 599 C8H4F4O CCl4 p-F-C6H4-CO-CF3 549 300-800 97Dah2 600 C8H4NO2 H2O p-NC-C6H4-COO− 270 140-300 97Dah2 Ar-CO: 452 200-450 NCO: 152 20 91Boy3 97Dah2 95Dah 87Boy Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/35E 2 No.

Ppm] [Hz] Structure MeCN C=O: 383, 380 C-O: 263 O N 150, 152 86Vas 98 O 412 C7H4BrClO CCl4 p-Br-C6H4-COCl 493 90-240 97Dah2 413 C7H4BrClO MeCN p-Cl-C6H4-COBr 516 90-240 97Dah2 414 C7H4BrFO MeCN p-Br-C6H4-COF 354 70-140 97Dah2 415 C7H4BrNO3 MeCN p-O2N-C6H4-COBr 97Dah2 533 90-240 + 321 87 416 C7H4BrO HSO3F/ SbF5/SO2 p-Br-C6H4-C≡O 417 C7H4BrO2 H2O p-Br-C6H4-COO− 266 140-300 97Dah2 418 C7H4Br2O MeCN p-Br-C6H4-COBr 516 90-240 97Dah2 419 C7H4ClFO MeCN p-Cl-C6H4-COF 354 70-140 97Dah2 420 C7H4ClFO MeCN o-F-C6H4-COCl 510 153 91Boy3 421 C7H4ClFO MeCN p-F-C6H4-COCl 484 155 91Boy3 422 C7H4ClIO CCl4 p-I-C6H4-COCl 494 90-240 97Dah2 423 C7H4ClNO MeCN p-Cl-C6H4-NCO 115 424 C7H4ClNO2S CCl4 p-OSN-C6H4-COCl C=O: 498 NSO: 429 90-240 97Dah2 425 C7H4ClNO3 MeCN p-O2N-C6H4-COCl C=O: 503 NO2: 584 508 234 442 90-240 91Boy3 CCl4 87Boy + 320 62 265 140-300 426 C7H4ClO HSO3F /SbF5/SO2 p-Cl-C6H4-C≡O 427 C7H4ClO2 H2O p-Cl-C6H4-COO− 84Ola 97Dah2 84Ola 97Dah2 Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/35E 2 Oxygen-17 NMR Line width Ref.

26 2 Oxygen-17 NMR Line width Ref. δ [ppm] [Hz] No. Gross formula Solvent Structure 207 C5H7NO3 MeCN EtOOC-CH2-NCO 208 C5H8N2OS MeCN Me 343 DMSO 210 C5H8N2O2S MeCN 211 C5H8N2O3 87Boy5 Me N H O 209 C5H8N2O2 87Boy O N S NCO: 102 C=O: 345 EtO: 158 O 286 105 98Cer1 MeCO-NH-CS-NH-COMe 409 160 92Jir MeCN MeCO-NH-CO-NH-COMe N-C=O: 301 Me-C=O: 402 130 160 92Jir 212 C5H8O neat Me-CO-CH=CHMe 553 160 80Del 213 C5H8O neat Me-CO-C(Me)=CH2 565 220 80Del 214 C5H8O neat Et-CO-CH=CH2 544 120 80Del 215 C5H8O MeCN Me N N Me Me-CO-Pr cycl 216 C5H8O O neat MeCN MeCN 217 C5H8OS 218 C5H8OSe 219 C5H8O2 521 548 548 543 547 543 545 542 87Boy4 130 140 50 60Chr 61Chr 76Del 83Lam 83Won 91Boy 96Zhu dioxane MeCN S O 569 570 87 72Dah 89Mul MeCN Se O 572 143 89Mul 269 274, 566 130 61Chr 66Luz C6H6 dioxane/ H2O Me-CO-CH2-CO-Me keto-enol: 274 diketo: 566 keto-enol: 271 diketo: 572 keto-enol: 275 CDCl3 CDCl3 67Gor 115 90Ger 96Bol 220 C5H8O2 CDCl3 Me-CH=CH-COOMe E C=O: 327 C-O: 130 84Ors 221 C5H8O2 CDCl3 HC=CH2-CH2-COOMe C=O: 360 C-O: 165 84Ors Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/35E 2 No.

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