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Meth-Cohn Contents page TABLE 1 τ-Values of α-protons in substituée alkanes 60 TABLE 2 Deshielding of alkyl protons by ß-substituents 61 TABLE 3 Shielding constants for disubstituted méthylènes (Shoolery's rules) TABLE 4 Approximate τ-values for H attached to unsaturated and aromatic groups 62 TABLE 5 τ-Values for protons attached to double bonds 64 TABLE 6 Proton chemical shifts in monosubstituted benzenes (Relative to benzene, 2-73 t) 65 61 TABLE 7a Proton chemical shifts (τ) in para-disubstituted benzenes for H (Relative to benzene, 2-73 τ) 66 TABLE 7b Proton chemical shifts (τ) in meta-disubstituted benzenes (Relative to benzene, 2-73 τ) 66 TABLE 8 τ-Values of acidic protons (—OH, —NH, and —SH) 67 TABLE 9 Proton spin-coupling constants 67 TABLE 10 τ-Values of some pro tic solvents 70 Correlation of dihedral angle with coupling constant JHU> (graph) 70 59 60 SPECTROSCOPIC METHODS VOLUME 1 TABLE 1 τ-VALUES OF OC-PROTONS IN SUBSTITUTED ALKANES CH 3 -X X R'CH 2 -X* R'R'CH-X 8-50 —R 910 8-75 -CH\ 1 8-68 a 7-6, 7-3 8-30 8-05 6 7-0 O R R ► ^— — — etc (end-of-chain position) J —C=C 8-20 7-5 — ^— — etc.
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An Introduction to Spectroscopic Methods for the Identification of Organic Compounds. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Infrared Spectroscopy by F. Scheinmann