Arumugam, S and Khetrapal, CL (1986) Nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of oriented bicyclic systems containing heteroatom(s):the spectrum of 2-thiocoumarin. In: Canadian Journal of Chemistry / Revue canadienne de chimie, 64 (4). pp. 714-716.
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From the proton nmr studies of 2-thiocoumarin and coumarin, it is concluded that the relative interproton distances in the two oxygen heteroatom bicyclic systems are similar. The values for the phenyl ring protons do not deviate significantly from the regular hexagonal geometry, unlike bicyclic systems with nitrogens as the heteroatoms, such as diazanaphthalenes. Larger values of the indirect spin-spin couplings within the protons of the ring containing the oxygen heteroatom, compared to the values between the ortho protons in the phenyl rings in coumarin and 2-thiocoumarin, correspond to the olefinic nature of these protons. This is in contrast to results for the nitrogen heterocycles where both the rings are aromatic.
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