NMR Solvent Peaks 4+

Lucas Moore

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • Free


NMR Solvent Peaks is a conveniently-searchable version of the ungainly table of NMR data most organic chemists keep a copy of nearby. Instead of searching through the table for a peak near your unidentified peak, just enter your solvent and the peak's multiplicity and location and you'll have a short list of candidate impurities.

NMR Solvent Peaks has support for searching both proton and carbon data, and references the widely-distributed 2010 Organometallics paper by Gregory Fulmer and coworkers and the 2016 OPRD paper by Gregory Whiteker and coworkers.

Feature Highlights:
- search for impurities based upon mode (proton/carbon), deuterated solvent, multiplicity, and ppm
- select "all" for ppm to see an alphabetical list of all impurities in the app's database

What’s New

Version 2022.2

New in this version:
– Lots of new color options for the theme
– Refreshed some old color options, retired some others
– Nuts and bolts adjustments under the hood

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Mr funny pants 105 ,

Great resource

Clean interface, easy to use. Perfect for use in lab. I just wish there was a reverse lookup function where I could type in a solvent and it would output the peaks.

Anameric Effect ,


Easy to use and super handy. No more squinting at a solvent table trying to pick out a number from a forest of other numbers. No more using a straight edge to find me the right column or row. Just input the shift, splitting, and you are solid. 🆒

ad mix alpha ,

Easily most handy app for organic chemist

Quit squinting to read a chemical solvent chart

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