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In the special case of the condensed-ring aromatic hydrocar bons, the principal anisotropy is with respect to the axis normal to the ring plane; since all C-H axes are in this plane, the correlation times should be similar. The nuclear Overhauser enhancement for different carbon atoms with similar proton environments may differ, however, if the orientations of the C-H vectors differ relative to the rotational diffusion tensor. Thus, Eq. 12] may be misleading and their more general form must be applied for the latter situations.
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