The mass of equivalent to the Higgs boson mass are obtained, the coupling constants
in different types of interactions, the binding energy of the deuteron, triton, and alpha particles are defined, the possible ranges of alpha particles energies are identified, and dependence of the nucleon-nucleon interaction from a distance is explained.
Among the topics are the physical basis of the NMR experiment, proton chemical shifts and spin-spin coupling constants
as functions of structure, the influence of molecular symmetry and chirality on proton magnetic resonance spectra, carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy, selected heteronuclei, and NMR of partially oriented molecules and solid-state NMR.
The coupling constants
are typical ortho coupling constants
Other subjects discussed include topological origins of the coupling constants
hierarchy, semiclassical dynamics of black holes, black hole evaporation as a nonequilibrium process, and the dynamics of anisotropic universes.
The stereochemistry of 1 was determined to be a trans and cis mixture from the coupling constants
In the EFT approach the unknown high energy behavior is integrated out and replaced by the set of low energy coupling constants
(LEC) in the effective Lagrangian.
The C-1 methine proton of the cis isomer is gauche to the hydrogens on C-2 and C-6, which would give rise to very small coupling constants
at best, while the C-1 methine proton of the trans isomer is anti to the C-2 hydrogen and the axial C-6 hydrogen, which produces large coupling constants
17] electric quadrupole coupling constants
for the OW1, 0W2, and 0W3 water molecules were found to be 7.
One-bond 13C-13C coupling constants
in structural studies (K.
COSY: Determination of Coupling Constants
(Harald Schwalbe, P.
2], maintains the separate identities of the two coupling constants
The fourth edition examines multiple strategies for measuring coupling constants
, and adds a section on determining the relative and absolute stereochemical configuration with NMR.