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Hi, thank you for reading my question. I am a novice at NMR, I apologize in advance if my question appears naive. I am synthesizing peptides composed solely of Lys and Leu residues in either a block or random orientation. To demonstrate the orientation, I am proposing to use 13C NMR. My expectation is the block orientation will demonstrate higher intensity carbonyl peaks for Lys-Lys and Leu-Leu than Lys-Leu whereas the random peptide will show a higher intensity peak for the Lys-Leu. Does this sound reasonable or does anyone have any other suggestions?

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