13C NMR spectroscopy of amino acid mixtures

@article{Tarabakin200413CNS,
  title={13C NMR spectroscopy of amino acid mixtures},
  author={S. V. Tarabakin and V. Panov and I. G. Sarkisova and E. Bykova},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={71-74}
}
The development of the pulse technique of Fourier spectroscopy and the use of highly productive minicomputers have permitted a sharp increase in the sensitivity of the ~3C NMR method and its extension to the quantitative anlysis of multicomponent mixtures of organic and bioorganic compounds without their preliminary separation ~I-9]. Earlier [6] optimum conditions of qualitative and quantitative analysis of a mixture of 20 free L-amino acids were selected. The amino acid composition of… Expand

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