NMR Solvents & Reagents
Originally, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) was a qualitative spectroscopy method used for structural identification. Over the last decade, after the introduction of high-field instruments, NMR has been increasingly applied in quantitative analysis with detection limits in the parts per trillion range. Widely known applications include metabolite screening, drug identification, trace analysis of impurities, and many more.
Most NMR spectra are recorded for compounds dissolved in a solvent. Therefore, signals will be observed for the solvent, and this must be accounted for in solving spectral problems.
All the NMR spectra (1H, 13C, 15N, 31P, etc.) must be recorded in a deuterated solvent to avoid being overlapped by the solvent signal. However, deuteration is not “100%”, so signals for the residual protons are observed in traces.
Target Analysis, your reliable distributor of high-quality products, made new collaborations and a significant move as a new supplier of reagents and solvents isotopes for the NMR community.
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