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Those indexes are priceless volumes within the serial, bringing jointly what has been released during the last 38 volumes. They comprise a preface by way of the editor of the sequence, an writer index, a topic index, a cumulative record of bankruptcy titles, and listings of contents by way of quantity. summary: those indexes are precious volumes within the serial, bringing jointly what has been released over the last 38 volumes.

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Non-NMR methods, 29310-12 mechanisms, 29303-7 INNBI-FPT-INDO, 22299 PRMO-FPT-INDO, 2228 1,27:286, 27:3 17 PRMO-INDO, 22286,22289, 22291-2,22315 PRMO-SCPT-INDO, 22286,22340 RPA-INDO, 27:298,22320 SCFT-INDO, 22273,22287,27:293, 27:299,27:340 SO$-INDO, 22296,22339 SOS2-INDO, 27:286 UHF-INDO, 22278 Inner projections of polarization propagator see IPPP “Inner” and “outer” exchange in annulenes, 4 152 Inorganic chemistry see Dynamic NMR spectroscopy Inorganic chemistry, dynamic NMR, 12263-286 Inorganic compounds, ”C-’H coupling constants of, 2210 Inorganic compounds, “N shifts of, 5A:438 30 SUBJECT MDEX Inorganic compounds, formulae index of, 5B97 Inorganic compounds, 1:24 Inorganic compounds, 4 2 Inorganic ions, 35248 Inorganic liquids, nuclear spin relaxation in, 22:366367 Inorganic phosphate, 32148-9 Inorganic systems high-pressure NMR studies, 33:140 solvent exchange, 33139 Inorganic systems, correlations for, 370 Inorganic systems, relaxation in, 22365-394 Inosamine derivatives, 247 Inosine diphosphate, "P NMR, 10A143 Inosine triphosphate, "P NMR, 10A143 Inosine, nitrogen shielding, 11B367 Inosine, nitrogen shieldings, E 3 2 2 Inositol hexaphosphate, haemoglobin structure, 12133 Inositol hexaphosphate, interaction with haemoglobins, l l A 4 0 Inositol hexaphosphate.

146-8,38:147, 38150,38151,152,38:154,3%:159, 38160,38:161,38:164,38:165, 38:167,38:168,1724,38:176, 38186,38187, 38:188,38:189, 38:205,207,210,382212 INEPT experiments, double refocused: in sensitivity-enhancedtechniques, 2220,2223,2227-8,27:34,2236, 2238,2249 INEPT procedure, 21:190 INEPT pulse sequence, 2065 INEPT pulse sequence, 22141,22:251, 22252,22346 INEPT pulse sequence, 2 5 16-1 8 non-selective, 2 5 17-1 8 selective, 25: 18 INEPT, see Insensitive nuclei enhancement by polarization transfer INEPT, 29338 29 INEPT, 31:198 INEPT, 3346 INEPT’, DEPT’, DEPT”, 16310-311 INEPT-HETCOR, X I 5 3 INEPT-HMQC, 38152, %I53 INEPT-type pulse sequences, 1 9 6 Infertility, 38:66-8 automatic diagnosis, 38:68 Influenza A virus, 38:117 Infrared (IR) imaging, 31:17 Infrared (IR) spectroscopy, 31:282 Infrared (IR) spectrum, 31:4-5,31:6 Infra-red spectroscopy, and coal analysis, 23379 Infrared spectroscopy, 3168,3192 of a- and P-bromo epimers, 3194 and conformation, 3 1 19 Inherent sensitivity of nuclei, 1:146, 1:227, 1:228 Initiators, and polymer end-group detection, 29303-12 breakdown, radical-radical reaction, 29:307-8 kinetics of, 29:308-12 vs.

182 Hydrogen-deuterium exchange rates, 1617 Hydrogen see H Hydrogen atoms, effect of on "F shifts, 4443 Hydrogen atoms, theoretical results for, 21:90-92 21 Hydrogen bonding studies, 21:93 Hydrogen bonding, and nitrogen shielding, 25:6 solvent effects, 25:43,25:44 Hydrogen bonding, interchain interaction affected by, 22:242, 22:244 Hydrogen bonding, 1:17,1:18 Hydrogen bonding, 225,226,293, 2168,2:198 effect on '>C-'Hcoupling, 2184 effect on vicinal 'H- H coupling, 294 in glucose derivatives, 245 and 14Nshifts, 2:130 intramolecular, 2:24 Hydrogen bonding, 2 9 2 2 4 2 9 126 Hydrogen bonding, 3 3 3 , 3 110 association, 3:19 complexes, 322,332 and contact shifts, 3234 effect of on -AGO, 3:116 effect on rotation about C-N bond, 366 effect on N-inversion, 3 6 2 enthalpy change on.

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