NMR - molecules/polyatomic ions STRUCTURE OF MAIN GROUP...

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Unformatted text preview: - molecules/polyatomic ions STRUCTURE OF MAIN GROUP COMPOUNDS STRUCTURE OF MAIN GROUP COMPOUNDS Basic Structural Concepts DISCRETE g 31 and 19 MR Molecular Symmetry Applications – NMR SPECTROSCOPY e.g. P and F NMR 31 P and 19 F nuclei behave like the 1 H and 13 C nuclei you know so well (spin ½). -identify types and number of nuclei - this relates to number and intensity of ignals 31 P NaPF 6 signals- identify neighbours- if spectra not decoupled this can e used to determine splitting 19 F NaPF 6 be used to dete e sp tt g pattern, n+1 Symmetry is important when terpreting NMR of fluxional fundamentals symmetry classification applications of symmetry interpreting NMR of fluxional processes- molecules/polyatomic ions STRUCTURE OF MAIN GROUP COMPOUNDS STRUCTURE OF MAIN GROUP COMPOUNDS Basic Structural Concepts DISCRETE Your familiar with loss of chirality of Molecular Symmetry imilarly SF 19 { 19 } NMR Applications – NMR SPECTROSCOPY amines due to fluxionality resulting from the movement of N’s e- pair...
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2010 for the course CHEMISTRY CHEM 2080 taught by Professor Mr.welson during the Winter '08 term at University of Calgary.

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