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Back Cover Residual Dipolar Couplings as a Powerful Tool for Constitutional Analysis The Unexpected Formation of Tricyclic Compounds (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 112011)

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solved:
Residual dipolar couplings (RDCs) can be a powerful method to determine the
constitution of molecules when traditional methods for structure elucidation fail. In their
Communication on page 2643 ff., B. Luy, S. F. Kirsch, and co-workers demonstrate this
method with products obtained by treating an azide-containing 1,5-enyne in the
presence of electrophilic iodine sources: whereas standard analytical methods only left
an unsolved structural jigsaw puzzle, the use of RDCs allowed the molecules to be
identified. The authors thank R. Oehme for his support with the back-cover design.
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Grit Kummerlçwe, Benedikt Crone, Manuel Kretschmer,
Stefan F. Kirsch,* and Burkhard Luy*
Puzzle solved: Residual dipolar couplings (RDCs) can be a powerful method to
determine the constitution of molecules when traditional methods for structure
elucidation fail. In their Communication on page 2643 ff., B. Luy, S. F. Kirsch, and coworkers demonstrate this method with products obtained by treating an azidecontaining 1,5-enyne in the presence of electrophilic iodine sources: whereas standard
analytical methods only left an unsolved structural jigsaw puzzle, the use of RDCs
allowed the molecules to be identified. The authors thank R. Oehme for his support
with the back-cover design.
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