JGEM

AcronymDefinition
JGEMJoint Ground Effects Model
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The product was a mixture of two geometric isomers: E (57%) and Z (43%) (Mp = 86-91 [degrees]C),1H-NMR (CDC13, TMS, Bruker 270 MHz): 0.63 (s, 18-[CH.sub.3]); 1.28 (s, 19-[CH.sub.3]); 4.21 and 4.61 (dd, Jgem = 19 Hz, J21H-OH = 4 Hz, 21-CHICH); 4.60 (s, [CH.sub.2]CO); 5.80 (s, 4-H, E-isomer); 6.50 (s, 4-H, Z-isomer).