Xenon Tetrafluoride: Fluorine-19 High-Resolution Magnetic Resonance Spectrum

@article{Brown1963XenonTF,
  title={Xenon Tetrafluoride: Fluorine-19 High-Resolution Magnetic Resonance Spectrum},
  author={Thomas Henderson Brown and Earl B. Whipple and Peter H. Verdier},
  journal={Science},
  year={1963},
  volume={140},
  pages={178 - 178}
}
The F19 spectrum of XeF4 dissolved in anhydrous hydrogen fluoride has been observed at two frequencies, yielding a F19 chemical shift of 175 parts per million to lower field than the solvent and a Xe129-F19 spin-spin coupling constant, confirmed by double irradiation, of 3860 cycles per second. Absence of fast F19 chemical exchange and collapse of the Xe131-F19 coupling by quadrupole relaxation may be inferred from the spectrum. 
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