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The Gandhi Story by S. D. Sawant, S. D. Badalkar

By S. D. Sawant, S. D. Badalkar

This pictorial tale of the lifetime of Mahatma Gandhi is instructed in comic-book shape.

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Upper curve: 60 MHz nrnr spectrum of indole in acetone. Lower curve: Same spectrum after addition of CD,OD and D,O. 2- and 3-protons of a series of N H indoles in various solvents are given in Table XIII. lo2In a nonassociating solvent (CCI,) the 3-proton is unchanged by variation in concentration, but the 2-proton is strongly shielded as the solute concentration increases to 30 mol"/,. 'O' Center of doublct or multiple1 is given. 29 DMSO Chemical shifts in solvents (3)" Erects of SoIvmts on the Chemical Shifts of 2- and 3-Protons for Selected Tndolesloo Indole Indole 3-Methylindole 2-Methylindole 3-Bromoindole 3-Acetylindole Indole-7-carboxylic: acid Ethyl indole-3-carboxylalc Fthyl indole-2-carboxylale TABLE XI11.

Upper curve: 60 MHz nrnr spectrum of indole in acetone. Lower curve: Same spectrum after addition of CD,OD and D,O. 2- and 3-protons of a series of N H indoles in various solvents are given in Table XIII. lo2In a nonassociating solvent (CCI,) the 3-proton is unchanged by variation in concentration, but the 2-proton is strongly shielded as the solute concentration increases to 30 mol"/,. 'O' Center of doublct or multiple1 is given. 29 DMSO Chemical shifts in solvents (3)" Erects of SoIvmts on the Chemical Shifts of 2- and 3-Protons for Selected Tndolesloo Indole Indole 3-Methylindole 2-Methylindole 3-Bromoindole 3-Acetylindole Indole-7-carboxylic: acid Ethyl indole-3-carboxylalc Fthyl indole-2-carboxylale TABLE XI11.

S5 Agreement between theoretical and experimental values has been reasonable in these cases. The choice of chemical shifts determined in acetone, which selectively deshields the 2, 3, and 7 protons, caused one set of calculationsy5to appear somewhat poorer than it actually was. In Figure 8 the effect of deuterium exchange on the pmr spectrum of indole in acetone is shown. The multiplets of the 2- and 3-protons are particularly simplified, demonstrating that the NH proton is strongly coupled to both of them.

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