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Publication# Accurate determination of passive coupling constants by analysis of complementary two-dimensional cross-peak multiplets

Abstract

Two dimensional convolution method for the detn. of active coupling consts. by comparing antiphase and in-phase multiplet by soft-COSY and PISCY spectroscopy results is described. Methods for extg. passive coupling consts. using the complementarity of patterns obtained by soft-COSY and SIS-COSY expts. are given. [on SciFinder (R)]

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