Journal Highlight: Minimising research bottlenecks by decluttering NMR spectra

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  • Published: May 4, 2015
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The lack of resolving power in everyday NMR produces ambiguous data and causes bottlenecks, lengthening multi-step projects and increasing the likelihood of making mistakes but can be removed using pure shift techniques.

Minimising research bottlenecks by decluttering NMR spectra

Chemistry - A European Journal, 2015, 21, 6623-6630
Juan A. Aguilar, Julia Cassani, Martina Delbianco, Ralph W. Adams, Mathias Nilsson and Gareth A. Morris

Abstract: The lack of resolving power in everyday NMR produces ambiguous data, causing bottlenecks, lengthening multi-step projects and increasing the likelihood of making mistakes. Significant impacts can be made in many fields by minimising these problems with the aid of pure shift techniques. We now show herein that significant impacts can be made in many fields using pure shift techniques to remove such bottlenecks. Its intended audience is the chemical researcher rather than the specialist spectroscopist. First, two examples from real investigations will be presented to demonstrate how pure shift techniques can be used to unblock projects stuck due to lack of NMR resolution. Second, a general explanation of how pure shift experiments may be used will be provided.

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