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Chemistry and Biochemistry
Halogen bonding is slowly becoming a more and more useful part of the world of chemistry and is beginning to be incorporated into various aspects of the chemical industry. This study’s purpose is to determine whether or not halogen bonding can cause any effect in the 13C NMR shifts. The specific purpose of this study is to determine whether these chemical shifts change when a Lewis Base is added to the dissolved sample. In order to do this, the tolan species (4-iodotolan and 4-chlorotolan) had to be synthesized. Once synthesized, the tolan species were analyzed via NMR. NMR data indicated that, although there is some halogen bonding going on, the extent to which it is going on is not known. Similarly, there are many effects and phenomena in play that are simply unknown at this time and need a great deal of study.
Lybrand, Anthony, "Effects of Halogen Bonding on 13C NMR Shifts of Various Tolan Species" (2021). Honors Theses. 1686.
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