Two Kinds of Cross-Peak Orientations in a Single 2D NMR Contour Plot of Organofluorines
Abstract:Recently, a procedure based on the pattern recognition of 2D NMR contours was described for the study of molecules containing fluorines. With the use of a two-dimensional NMR experiment involving the chemical-shift correlations of proton and carbon-13 resonances, it is possible to derive all the basic information about fluorines without actually performing 19F NMR. The technique utilizes the distinctive nature of contour patterns in the 2D plot for the identification of the position of fluorines in the molecule.
Document Type: Short Communication
Affiliations: The BOC Group, Technical Center, Murray Hill, New Jersey 07974
Publication date: March 1, 1994
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