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Identification Of Branched-Chain Fatty-Acids By Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.

Report Number: ASD TDR 63-513
Author: Buchenauer, Robert L.
Corporate Author: Air Force Institute of Technology
Date of Publication: 1963-07
Pages: 6
AD Number: AD0414109

The nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of twenty branched-chain fatty acids were studied in order to identify the structure of isomeric aliphatic carboxylic acids of low molecular weight. The effect of chemical shift of methyl protons as a function of distance from the carboxyl group is discussed.

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