Direct chiral discrimination in NMR spectroscopy

@article{Buckingham2006DirectCD,
  title={Direct chiral discrimination in NMR spectroscopy},
  author={A. D. Buckingham and P. Fischer},
  journal={Chemical Physics},
  year={2006},
  volume={324},
  pages={111-116}
}
Abstract Conventional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is unable to distinguish between the two mirror-image forms (enantiomers) of a chiral molecule. This is because the NMR spectrum is determined by the chemical shifts and spin–spin coupling constants which – in the absence of a chiral solvent – are identical for the two enantiomers. We discuss how chirality may nevertheless be directly detected in liquid-state NMR spectroscopy: In a chiral molecule, the rotating nuclear magnetic… Expand
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