ANALYSIS OF THE SHIFT MECHANISMS AND RELAXATION PROCESSES IN LANTHANIDE SHIFT REAGENT SYSTEMS.

Gabriel A. Elgavish, Robert E. Lenkinski, Jacques Reuben

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Abstract

Lanthanide shift reagents (LSR's) owe their popularity to the fact that they alter the PMR spectra of organic molecules in a seemingly easily interpretable fashion. However, not all the mechanisms causing the shifts and line broadenings are fully understood as yet. The purpose of this work is to provide additional information concerning the shift mechanisms and the mechanisms causing line broadening in NMR experiments involving LSR's.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
Place of PublicationOak Ridge, Tenn
PublisherAEC
Pages885-890
Number of pages6
StatePublished - 1800
EventRare Earth Res Conf, 11th, Proc, Prepr - Traverse City, MI, USA
Duration: Oct 7 1974Oct 10 1974

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OtherRare Earth Res Conf, 11th, Proc, Prepr
CityTraverse City, MI, USA
Period10/7/7410/10/74

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Relaxation processes
Rare earth elements
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Molecules
Experiments

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Elgavish, G. A., Lenkinski, R. E., & Reuben, J. (1800). ANALYSIS OF THE SHIFT MECHANISMS AND RELAXATION PROCESSES IN LANTHANIDE SHIFT REAGENT SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 885-890). Oak Ridge, Tenn: AEC.

ANALYSIS OF THE SHIFT MECHANISMS AND RELAXATION PROCESSES IN LANTHANIDE SHIFT REAGENT SYSTEMS. / Elgavish, Gabriel A.; Lenkinski, Robert E.; Reuben, Jacques.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Oak Ridge, Tenn : AEC, 1800. p. 885-890.

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Elgavish, GA, Lenkinski, RE & Reuben, J 1800, ANALYSIS OF THE SHIFT MECHANISMS AND RELAXATION PROCESSES IN LANTHANIDE SHIFT REAGENT SYSTEMS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. AEC, Oak Ridge, Tenn, pp. 885-890, Rare Earth Res Conf, 11th, Proc, Prepr, Traverse City, MI, USA, 10/7/74.
Elgavish GA, Lenkinski RE, Reuben J. ANALYSIS OF THE SHIFT MECHANISMS AND RELAXATION PROCESSES IN LANTHANIDE SHIFT REAGENT SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Oak Ridge, Tenn: AEC. 1800. p. 885-890
Elgavish, Gabriel A. ; Lenkinski, Robert E. ; Reuben, Jacques. / ANALYSIS OF THE SHIFT MECHANISMS AND RELAXATION PROCESSES IN LANTHANIDE SHIFT REAGENT SYSTEMS. Unknown Host Publication Title. Oak Ridge, Tenn : AEC, 1800. pp. 885-890
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