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Note that the two phosphorus atoms attached to the methine carbon are non-equivalent because they are chemically different (phosphonate and phosphine oxide). We can expect the coupling between aP and bP to be large, as they are separated by two bonds, while that of a P to bP or cP will be small (coupling over five bonds). 2 2D Experiments 39 Fig. 4 Hz, must correspond to cP. We can see only one other coupling (39 Hz), which occurs in both of the other multiplets: this must be between aP and bP.
It would be ideal if we also had a method for obtaining information directly on carbon–carbon bonding in the compound under study, since this would allow us to draw on paper at least parts of the carbon framework of the molecule. Fig. 20 1D INADEQUATE spectrum of compound 2 (75 MHz, 50% solution in CDCl3, measurement time 20 hours). 1% of the total carbon nuclei present in a sample. In order to get the information we require, we need to detect the doublets due to carbon–carbon coupling. e. ). INADEQUATE stands for Incredible Natural Abundance DoublE QUAntum Transfer Experiment.
8 P,P Correlation We mentioned above that it is possible to carry out carbon–carbon correlation experiments using the 2D INADEQUATE procedure. 1% of the total carbon nuclei present in a sample. e. about 10–4 of the nuclei present; at the same time we have to get rid of the signal coming from those molecules containing only one carbon-13 (the great majority)! As 31P is the only phosphorus isotope, these problems do not arise. Figure 30 shows the result of a 2D P,P correlation carried out for compound 6.