Application of a (1)H delta-resolved 2D NMR experiment to the visualization of enantiomers in chiral environment, using sample spatial encoding and selective echoes.

@article{Giraud2009ApplicationOA,
  title={Application of a (1)H delta-resolved 2D NMR experiment to the visualization of enantiomers in chiral environment, using sample spatial encoding and selective echoes.},
  author={Nicolas Giraud and Marc Joos and Jacques Courtieu and Dominique Merlet},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in chemistry : MRC},
  year={2009},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={
          300-6
        }
}
We present the application of a 2D broadband homodecoupled proton NMR experiment to the visualization of enantiomers. In a chiral environment, the existence of diastereoisomeric intermolecular interactions can yield-generally slight-variations of proton chemical shifts from one enantiomer to another. We show that this approach, which relies on a spatial encoding of the NMR sample, is particularly well suited to the analysis of enantiomeric mixtures, since it allows, within one single 2D… CONTINUE READING
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