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Diastereomeric ratio determination by high sensitivity band-selective pure shift NMR spectroscopy

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Abstract

An NMR method is reported that allows diastereomeric ratios to be determined even in crowded spectra or where chemical shift differences are small compared to multiplet widths. Band-selective pure shift NMR collapses multiplets to singlets, greatly improving spectral resolution while largely retaining, or even enhancing, signal-to-noise ratio.

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Submitted
20 Dec 2013
Accepted
16 Jan 2014
First published
16 Jan 2014

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2014,50, 2512-2514
Article type
Communication
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Diastereomeric ratio determination by high sensitivity band-selective pure shift NMR spectroscopy

R. W. Adams, L. Byrne, P. Király, M. Foroozandeh, L. Paudel, M. Nilsson, J. Clayden and G. A. Morris, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 2512
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC49659G

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