(Received 5 July 1978; accepted 23 August 1978)
Published Online: 1979
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The discovery of lanthanide shift reagents  and the examination of their influence on the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra of various Lewis bases  have established their importance in structural determination for organic chemistry. More recently, chiral lanthanide tris-d-3-acyl-camphorates have been applied to the direct determination of enantiomorphic compositions [>3–6].
Chemist, Bureau of Forensic Science, Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond,
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