Chirality in NMR spectroscopy

@article{Buckingham2004ChiralityIN,
  title={Chirality in NMR spectroscopy},
  author={A. Buckingham},
  journal={Chemical Physics Letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={398},
  pages={1-5}
}
Abstract Nuclear magnetic resonance spectra are blind to chirality unless the environment discriminates d and l enantiomers. However, a nuclear magnetic moment in the x-direction combined with the strong magnetic field B z ( 0 ) induces, through an odd-parity coupling in a freely tumbling chiral molecule, an electric dipole moment in the y-direction. Estimates of the rotating electric polarization at the NMR frequency following a π/2 pulse indicate that it should be detectable in favourable… Expand
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