By David R. Klein

ISBN-10: 1118144341

ISBN-13: 9781118144343

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With this in mind, let’s expand our skills set. Let’s explore how to calculate the HDI when other elements are present in the molecular formula. Halogens: Compare the following two compounds: H H H C C H H H ethane H H H C C H H Cl chloroethane Notice that chlorine takes the place of a hydrogen atom. Therefore, for purposes of calculating the HDI, treat a halogen as if it were a hydrogen atom. For example, C4H9Cl should have the same HDI as C4H10. Oxygen: Compare the following two compounds: H H H C C H H ethane H H H H C C H H O H ethanol Notice that the presence of the oxygen atom does not affect the expected number of hydrogen atoms.

Instead, they produce one signal that has no neighboring protons (n ϭ 0), so the signal is a singlet (n ϩ 1). In order for splitting to occur, the neighboring protons must be different than the protons producing the signal. 2. Splitting is most commonly observed when protons are separated by either two or three sigma bonds: Ha C or Ha Hb C C Hb non-equivalent protons separated by two sigma bonds non-equivalent protons separated by three sigma bonds 40 CHAPTER 2 NMR SPECTROSCOPY However, when two protons are separated by more than three sigma bonds, splitting is generally not observed: Ha Hb C C C too far apart Such long-range splitting is only observed in rigid molecules, such as bicyclic compounds, or in molecules that contain rigid structural moieties, such as allylic systems.

Three equivalent methyl groups H3 C H 3C methyl group O H3 C CH 3 O H H methylene group This compound is expected to produce three signals in its proton NMR spectrum. 5 PATTERN RECOGNITION 41 This quaternary carbon atom is directly connected to each of the three neighboring methyl groups, and as a result, each of the three methyl groups has no neighboring protons. This is characteristic of tert-butyl groups. 29 When signal splitting occurs, the distance between the individual peaks of a signal is called the coupling constant, or J value, and is measured in Hz.

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