Steric Versus Electronic Components of Secondary Deuterium Isotope Effects Depend on the Size of Electrophilic Probes

  • Alexandru T. Balaban

Abstract

Isotope effects have become important for elucidating reaction mechanisms, for increasing the biological half-life of drugs, for studying metabolic pathways, etc. Several books 1 and reviews 2 have been devoted to isotope effects.

Keywords

Isotope Effect Electronic Component Methyl Iodide Nitrogen Heteroatom Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Shift 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alexandru T. Balaban
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  1. 1.Organic Chemistry DepartmentPolytechnic InstituteBucharest 16Roumania

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