Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
James H. MeMechan
The use of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has expanded continuously in the last few years as an analytical tool. It has recently been stated that structures of 45 to 55% of all aromatic compounds can be completely determined from their proton NMR structure. The remaining aromatic compounds can be analyzed sufficiently to estimate structure with considerable accuracy. The estimation is accomplished by integration for total numbers of protons, chemical shift measurement for proton types, and characteristic splitting pattern evaluation for finding neighboring protons.
Copyright 1974 Ronald W. Wise
Wise, Ronald W., "Substituent Shielding Parameters for Several Aromatic Systems" (1974). Master's Theses. 1549.