These interactions often influence the mechanism and rate of a reaction in solution, and therefore frequently make it ... of the strength of these interactions, and is the energy released on transferring a solute from the gas phase into a solvent. ... More detailed descriptions can be found in the Chapters on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (Chapter 13), ... so that the orientation of one of them (with or against an external magnetic field) affects the chemical shift of the other.
|Title||:||Solutions Manual and Study Guide to Accompany Introduction to Organic Chemistry, 4th Ed|
|Author||:||Paul A. Bartlett, Judith G. Koch|
|Publisher||:||Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers - 1992|