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Liquid and gas phase NMR spectra of 13CH313CHO acetaldehyde

Liquid and gas phase NMR spectra of 13CH313CHO acetaldehyde
The gas phase NMR experiments perform a vital role in establishing the magnetic shielding and spin-spin coupling constants which are free from intermolecular interactions, equivalent to the parameter of isolated molecules. This work is concerned with an acetaldehyde molecule. Small amounts of acetaldehyde 13CH3 13CHO in gaseous matrices of CO2 and Xe were studied using high-precision 1H and 13C NMR measurements. Results were extrapolated to the zero-density limit permitting the determinations of the 1H and 13C absolute nuclear magnetic shielding of an isolated acetaldehyde molecule. The difference between the experimental and recent theoretical DFT results is discussed. Several samples of 13CH3 13CHO dissolved in popular organic and inorganic solvents were also investigated. Gas-to-solution shifts show the influence of the association process when acetaldehyde is transferred from gas to liquid state. Several spin-spin coupling constants in the gas phase and in different solvents were precisely measured.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S002228601731253X

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