volume 46, issue 4, P275-281 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280460404
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Abstract: A B S T R A C TIn deuterium N M R , two inequivalent quadrupolar couplings of the deuterium-exchanged nitrogen in a hydrocarbon chain near a chiral carbon atom have been observed in the nematic and cholesteric mesophases. The two quadrupolar doublets arise from the N D segments of the amphiphile and are interpreted as being due to the intramolecular motion in the amphiphile chain about the C-N bond. Different peak intensity of the two doublets suggests that one conformation is more stable than the other.

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