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Proton NMR in nematic liquid crystalline solvents: The use of deuterium decoupling
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10.Ideally this frequency should also be derived from the HP synthesizer master oscillator. Although this could easily be done, the relative stability of the two master oscillators was so high that it was not considered worth the trouble.
11.These values of the D’s are different from those given in Ref. 3, mainly because the present spectra were run at a temperature of 80 °C, rather than the 102 °C of the earlier ones.
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