Nuclear magnetic resonance studies in gases

Govil, Girjesh (1973) Nuclear magnetic resonance studies in gases Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, 7 (1). pp. 47-78. ISSN 0570-4928

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There are several reasons why nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) studies in gases are important. At low pressures the interactions in the gas phase are essentially governed by two body collisions. It is therefore possible to study the intermolecular forces between two molecules approaching one another during collision from their influence on the chemical shifts of the nuclei of the molecules under considerations. The experimental measurements allow one to learn how the chemical shift is perturbed because of the presence of other molecules. This knowledge can then be transferred to interpret solvent effects in condensed phases and for detection of any solvent-solute interactions in such systems.

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