1H NMR of Organic Compounds 2014

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  • Published: May 13, 2015
  • Author: Alexander Yarkov
  • ISBN: 978-35-27338-56-6
  • Format: Software
  • Extent: pages
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  • Channels: NMR Knowledge Base / MRI Spectroscopy
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1H NMR of Organic Compounds 2014 is a the largest collection of the high-quality full-scan 1H NMR spectral reference data available for reliable identification and to serve as the basis for accurate 1H NMR prediction. Measured on 300/500MHz instruments, the spectral library contains 157,000 full-scan high-resolution spectra.

Collected and reviewed by Alexander Yarkov, each spectrum in 1H NMR of Organic Compounds 2014 contains carefully reviewed peak assignments, with a corresponding chemical structure and specific measurement and instrument parameters, where available. Using proprietary quality assurance measures developed by the author and Wiley, this is the finest and largest collection of 1H NMR spectra available.

Applications include synthesis confirmation and identification of both "known unknowns"(compounds that are contained in the library), as well as for the generation of predicted spectra to match against "unknown unknowns" (spectra that can be predicted by training a prediction algorithm on the library and then predicting the spectrum of a new structure of a compound that is not contained in the library). Spectral prediction is constrained only by the chemical diversity of the underlying library, the accuracy of the chemical structures and peak assignments, and the limitations of the spectral prediction algorithm.

Note fields include Name, Source, CSearch ID, Wiley ID, Citation, and Solvent.

Spectra:

  • 1H NMR Spectra: 157,000
  • Structures: 157,000
  • Compounds: 155,000
  • Replicate Spectra: 2,000
Available online on Wiley Online Library, with locally hosted formats available for ACD/Labs and Mestrelab software.

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