chemical shift(redirected from Chemical Shift Anisotropy)
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dependence of the resonance frequency of a nucleus on the chemical binding of the atom or molecule in which it is contained. See: chemical shift artifact.
(in nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry) the position of a resonance in the substance of interest relative to the position of the resonance of a standard. Nonequivalent atoms of a molecule have different chemical shifts.