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Data from: The influence of C(sp3)H-Selenium Interactions on the 77Se NMR Quantification of the p-Accepting Properties of Carbenes

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Abstract: Selenium NMR has become a standard tool for scaling the π-accepting character of carbenes. Herein, we highlight that non-classical hydrogen bonding (NCHB), likely resulting from hyperconjugation, can play a significant role in the carbene-selenium 77Se NMR chemical shift, thus triggering a non-linear behaviour of the Se-Scale. View this collection on the contributor's website.

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