A 13 C NMR method for determining secondary nitroxide-substrate associations.

Abstract

The major effects of nitroxides on substrates in proton spectra is well studied, while the effect on carbon spectra has received less attention. Present knowledge relies on chemical shift differences between diamagnetic and paramagnetic solutions of the substrates to propose interactions. Changes in scalar coupling constants (JCH) would, however, provide… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/mrc.4637

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@article{Eddy2017A1C, title={A 13 C NMR method for determining secondary nitroxide-substrate associations.}, author={Nicholas A Eddy and Michael S Martin and Pranjali Ichalkaranje and Martha D Morton}, journal={Magnetic resonance in chemistry : MRC}, year={2017}, volume={55 12}, pages={1096-1101} }