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Pte. John Banger British Army 8th Btn. Somerset Light Infantry

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Pte. John Banger

British Army 8th Btn. Somerset Light Infantry

(d.24th April 1917)

John Banger fell at the Battle of Arras at the age of 26. His body was never found but he is remembered with honour on the Arras Memorial.

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Carbon-13 isotope effects at C-2 have been determined on the rates of elimination from 2-phenylethyl-dimethylsulphonium and -trimethylammonium salts with hydroxide ion in mixtures of dimethyl sulphoxide and water. The effects are consistently larger than those predicted from model calculations for a semi-classical (without tunnelling) isotope effect. The most reasonable interpretation is that the form of the dependence of the isotope effect on solvent composition is controlled by the semiclassical effect with a substantial tunnel effect superimposed.

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Carbon-13 isotope effects on proton transfers from carbon

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Carbon-13 isotope effects at C-2 have been determined on the rates of elimination from 2-phenylethyl-dimethylsulphonium and -trimethylammonium salts with hydroxide ion in mixtures of dimethyl sulphoxide and water. The effects are consistently larger than those predicted from model calculations for a semi-classical ]]>