Chiral Shielding in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Australian Journal of Chemistry
32(6) 1375 - 1377
A novel van der Waals shielding mechanism is discussed which contributes to the magnetic shielding non-equivalence of optical isomers of one chiral species in the presence of a second optically active species. It is more direct than standard mechanisms which invoke stereospecific association of the interacting molecules but appears to be of marginal experimental significance.
Full text doi:10.1071/CH9791375
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