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Chlorine-35 Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy as an Indirect Probe of Germanium Oxidation State and Coordination Environment in Germanium Chlorides

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posted on 21.07.2014, 00:00 by Margaret A. Hanson, Victor V. Terskikh, Kim M. Baines, Yining Huang
Due to the prevalence of Ge–Cl bonds in germanium chemistry and the inherent challenges of germanium-73 NMR spectroscopy, chlorine-35 NMR spectroscopy was investigated as an indirect method of characterization for these ubiquitous and useful compounds. Chlorine-35 NMR parameters were correlated with structural metrics as well as the oxidation state of germanium.