Beyond structural elucidation, introduction to qNMR – Part I

Beyond structural elucidation, introduction to qNMR – Part I

Over the last few years, more and more analytical and industrial laboratories have started employing quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR) spectroscopy as a tool for content assignment (due to its superb structural elucidation abilities) and quantification of purity in a sample. This is due to the increase in regulations being imposed by governments onto the pharmaceutical and environmental sectors. It has been previously demonstrated that qNMR spectroscopy can give results with less than 1% uncertainty and possibly down to 0.1% if the right conditions are met.

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