By Edwin S. Crawley, Henry B. Evans
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E. e. between a proton and its para carbon) are usually very weak, or may often be entirely absent from the spectrum. 40 Two-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy Table 3-1 X H One-, two-, three- and four-bond C–H coupling constants in benzene and some mono-substituted benzenes. 3 The HMBC spectrum of 1-bromo-2-chlorobenzene (Figure 3-11) shows eight strong cross-peaks resulting from three-bond correlations (H3 to C1 and C5; H4 to C2 and C6; H5 to C1 and C3; and H6 to C2 and C4). There are two very weak cross-peaks resulting from twobond correlations (H3 to C2 and H6 to C1).
Field, H. L. Li and A. M. Magill © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2015 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Organic Structures from 2D NMR Spectra The FID for each slice in the data set is subjected to a Fourier transformation (FT) to give a new array which is effectively a series of spectra (intensity vs. frequency) but each spectrum in the array is different because it was acquired with a slightly different value of t1. The array now has two dimensions, one of which is a frequency dimension (F2) and one is still a function of time (t1).
Iv. Solvent-induced shifts. Generally solvents chosen for NMR spectroscopy do not associate strongly with the solute. However, in some instances, solvents are chosen deliberately to associate with the solute and to influence chemical shifts. Changing solvents is a useful technique to move some chemical shifts around and to remove overlap from crowded regions of the spectrum. The most useful solvents for solventinduced shifts are aromatic solvents, in particular hexadeuterobenzene (C6D6). Many NMR solvents are hygroscopic (absorb moisture from the surrounding atmosphere) and their spectra may also contain small signals due to the presence of H2O.
Analytic geometry by Edwin S. Crawley, Henry B. Evans