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Fluorocyclohexane ring inversion in a solid thiourea inclusion compound studied by fluorine-19 magic-angle spinning NMR with high-power proton decoupling

Nordon, A and Harris, R K and Yeo, L and Harris, K D M (1997) Fluorocyclohexane ring inversion in a solid thiourea inclusion compound studied by fluorine-19 magic-angle spinning NMR with high-power proton decoupling. Chemical Communications (10). pp. 961-962. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract

Variable-temperature F-19 magic-angle spinning NMR experiments involving high-power proton decoupling are used to examine the conformational preference and ring-inversion kinetics in the fluorocyclohexane-thiourea inclusion compound.