Empirically predicted 13C NMR chemical shifts for 8‐hydroxyflavone starting from 7,8,4′‐trihydroxyflavone and from 7,8‐dihydroxyflavone

@article{March2008EmpiricallyP1,
  title={Empirically predicted 13C NMR chemical shifts for 8‐hydroxyflavone starting from 7,8,4′‐trihydroxyflavone and from 7,8‐dihydroxyflavone},
  author={Raymond E. March and Darcy C Burns and David A. Ellis},
  journal={Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry},
  year={2008},
  volume={46}
}
8‐Hydroxyflavone is not found in nature. While the 13C chemical shifts of 8‐hydroxyflavone have been reported previously, the observed 13C chemical shifts were not assigned. A previously reported empirical predictive tool has been applied in reverse in order to deconvolute the 13C chemical shifts for 8‐hydroxyflavone from each of those of 7,8,4′‐trihydroxyflavone and 7,8‐dihydroxyflavone together with those of 7‐hydroxyflavone, 4′‐hydroxyflavone, and flavone. The two sets of calculated 13C… 
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