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Table 2 Hypothesis tests for complex constants

From: New insights into prediction of weak π–π complex association through proton-nuclear magnetic resonance analysis

Acceptors Null \(K\) \({\Delta }_{C}\)
P-value Result P-value Result
1,3-DNB H2 = H4 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H2 = H5 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H4 = H5 0 Reject 0 Reject
1,3-BTFMB H2 = H4 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H2 = H5 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H4 = H5 0 Reject 0 Reject
NB H2 = H3 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H2 = H4 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H3 = H4 0 Reject 0 Reject
1,2,4-TCB H3 = H5 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H3 = H6 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H5 = H6 0 Reject 0.377 Accept
1,2-DCB H3 = H4 0 Reject 0 Reject
TA HRing = HAld 0.902 Accept 0 Reject
Py H2 = H3(a) 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H2 = H4 0 Reject 0 Reject
  H3 = H4 0 Reject 0 Reject
  1. The null hypothesis: \({\varvec{H}}_{{\varvec{i}}} = {\varvec{H}}_{{\varvec{j}}}\) and alternative hypothesis: \({\varvec{H}}_{{\varvec{i}}} \ne {\varvec{H}}_{{\varvec{j}}}\). α is set as 0.05/n. where n is the number of the tested groups. The P-values that are too small to present are denoted as “0” in the table
  2. (a)The bootstrap distributions for ortho protons (H2 and H6) of Py exhibit the negative percentile range, − 0.058 and − 0.017 \({\text{M}}^{ - 1}\) for \(K\) and the range, − 2.83 and − 0.81 ppm for \({\Delta }_{C}\)