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July 30, 2008


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Hi Arvin,

Brilliant blog...I was trying to characterize aryl sulfonyl chloride but I really dont know which solvent to use for NMR..compound is highly reactive..could you please let me know which solvent you used for the sample prep..cheers Marto


Hello Marto,

I have limited experiences working with aryl sulfonyl chloride compounds. All I can say is the sample for 1H NMR spectrum was prepared in anhydrous deuterated chloroform.


Hello Arvin

No probs..

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