Chemical Shifts Of Solvents And Reagents


Mysterious peaks in your NMR spectrum are often the result of residual amounts of solvent in your reaction mixture. This page contains information on common solvent shifts as well as the chemical shifts of other reagents in various NMR solvents.


A list of solvent resonances in a variety of common NMR solvents can be found in the following article: J. Org. Chem. 1997, 62, 7512. You will find a pdf-file of the article attached to this document.


Compound Solvent chemical shift(s)
Methane C6D6
Ethylene C6D6
Propylene C6D6 CH2: …; CH: …; Me: …

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