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The detection of ultra-long-range ( and higher) heteronuclear connectivities can complement the conventional use of HMBC/HSQMBC data in structure elucidation NMR studies of proton-deficient natural products, where two-bond and three-bond correlations are usually observed. The performance of the selHSQMBC experiment with respect to its broadband HSQMBC counterpart is evaluated. Despite its frequency-selectivity nature, selHSQMBC efficiently prevents any unwanted signal phase and intensity modulations due to passive proton-proton coupling constants typically involved in HSQMBC. As a result, selHSQMBC offers a significant sensitivity enhancement and provides pure in-phase multiplets, improving the detection levels for short- and long-range cross-peaks corresponding to small heteronuclear coupling values. This is particularly relevant for experiments optimized to small values (2-3 Hz), referred to as LR-selHSQMBC, where key cross-peaks that are not visible in the equivalent broadband LR-HSQMBC spectrum can become observable in optimum conditions.
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Name: Journal of natural products
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