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1H NMR is the go-to technique to help identify or confirm the structure of organic compounds. A solution-state proton spectrum is relatively fast to acquire and a lot of information about the structure of a compound can be deduced from it. With centuries of combined experience in NMR data interpretation, we thought we’d share the basics of analyzing solution-phase 1H NMR spectra in this blog.

See the new and improved features included in v2021.1 of ACD/Labs state-of-the-art NMR data processing and interpretation tools. Features highlighted in this webinar include new and expanded metrics for structure verification, tools for handling NMR data of rotamers, tools for measuring and fitting residual dipolar couplings and more.

The wealth of analytical information that is generated every day in R&D organizations can provide rich insights, even months after the initial acquisition of data. With this increase in data, however, comes a significant challenge to combine, organize, access, visualize, and mine these informational repositories. In addition to the challenges of the growing volume and...

Benchtop instruments have made NMR spectroscopy more accessible to chemists and have opened new opportunities for the chemical industry. As this technology continues to evolve, benchtop NMR users will experience streamlined industrial workflows and accelerated innovation in Research and Development.