chemical shift

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chemical shift

[′kem·i·kəl ′shift]
(physical chemistry)
Shift in a nuclear magnetic-resonance spectrum resulting from diamagnetic shielding of the nuclei by the surrounding electrons.
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The deshielding of N-H proton is related to an increase of the I electron density in C-N bond upon complexation.
13]C NMR spectrum also supported the presence of -SH group from the deshielding value of carbon attached to -SH group at [delta] 168.
13C] spectra of alkyl acrylates shows that with an increase in the size of pendant group, deshielding of [beta] unsaturated carbon decreases and it appears upheld in NMR.
11) Extremely large deshielding along one principal axis for disilenes 1b and 1c is related to their low [sigma] [right arrow] [[pi].
Unlike alkali and alkali-earth ions, transition-metal ions possess d-electrons, which can be delocalized through their direct coordination with porphyrin-core, increasing the "ring current" and proton deshielding.
The introduction of the more deshielding group in the latter compound shifted the adjacent protons downfield, the chiral proton from [[delta].
The chemical shift value of the azomethine in the complexes were observed at downfield in comparison with that of the free ligand, suggesting deshielding of the azomethine proton due to is coordination to zinc(II) through the azomethine nitrogen (Fig.
The 1H NMR spectrum of every compound unveils the deshielding of NH of the triazole ring as anticipated in the range S 14.