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CHARI AND H. WAGNER 50 the more useful in aromatic s~stems where the planarity leads to near maximum of the 5JCH value being of the order of 7 Hz. An elegant application 47 of long range coupling effect in the elucidation of structure is the case of the depsidone hydroxy physodic acid. Of the three formulations the structures (XIX) and (XXXI) are the only viable alternatives. The observation 40 of a weak nuclear Overhauser effect between the ring methine proton H-5 and the side chain methylene protons supported the structure (XIX).