Typical NMR Spectra

  • Nugent F. Chamberlain


The definition and uses of band width and band shape were introduced in Chapter 1, Section IIE, and were illustrated briefly. However, full use of these two characteristics requires a much more extensive acquaintance with actual spectra. It is necessary to have a mental picture of the appearance of the various kinds of multiplets under different ratios of J/∆,and it is desirable to have a picture of the overall appearance of the subspectra of various common structural groups. Such mental pictures lead to instant recognition of many structural features and save a great deal of time in interpreting spectra.


Ring Spectrum Spin Coupling Relative Shift Para Hydrogen Ortho Hydrogen 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • Nugent F. Chamberlain
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  1. 1.Analytical Research LaboratoryEXXON Research and Engineering CompanyBaytownUSA

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