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Default Naturally occurring biodegradable polymers as the basis of chiral gels for the distinction of enantiomers by partially oriented NMR spectroscopy.

Naturally occurring biodegradable polymers as the basis of chiral gels for the distinction of enantiomers by partially oriented NMR spectroscopy.

Naturally occurring biodegradable polymers as the basis of chiral gels for the distinction of enantiomers by partially oriented NMR spectroscopy.

Int J Artif Organs. 2011 Feb;34(2):134-8

Authors: Büchler SS, Kummerlöwe G, Luy B

In modern, high resolution NMR spectroscopy, anisotropic parameters play an important role. They can be measured with the help of liquid crystalline mesophases or stretched polymer gels as so-called alignment media. Biologically occurring chiral polymers are of special interest as alignment media for this technique because they allow enantiomers to be distinguished.

PMID: 21374575 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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