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In situations where deceptively simple H-2 patterns are found, the induced shifts by vicinal substituents have the opportunity that an identical study of H-4,6 patterns, as actually under discussion for H-2 hydrogens, can be done. A serious drawback, however, is the decreased accuracy obtained as a result of some suppositions which later on will be introduced. See below. O. ANTEUNIS This follows from the fact that Δβ = Δ—ΔΙ-Β, Δα = Δ + Α, and Ke = (l — x)lx= (intensity line ße or a e) / (intensity line ßa o r a j .
Chem. Soc. 89, 1836 (1967); Tetrahedron Letters 1967, 4755. R. Buys (Ree. Trav. Chim. ß-value" can be related to the torsional ring angle τ by the expression = 2 2 R J transitas = (3-2 cos T)/4COS τ. The value for τ found in the trans-dithianes are generally 62°, except in the methylisopropyl derivative, where it is 59°. For a recent discussion of these torsional angles in 1,3-heterocyclic derivatives on the basis of a modified Lambert criterion see J. Gelan, G. Swaelens and M. Anteunis, Bull..