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Title: Spectroscopic problems
Post by: L_I_Z_L on November 17, 2004, 04:59:29 PM
Does anyone know a good place to find NMR spectra to compare with my unknown compund?  In other words, i have many different kinds of spectra and an incling of what the compound is, but want to look it up.  I've searched the net but its not simple!!
Title: Re:Spectroscopic problems
Post by: movies on November 17, 2004, 06:08:18 PM
Your school library likely has a copy of the  "Aldrich Library of 13C and H FT NMR Spectra."  These books have NMR spectra for every compound Aldrich sells.  You can look up the compounds in the Aldrich catalog and it will list a cross-reference to the spectra book.

Another place to check is SDBS.  Their library of spectra isn't as big, but it might save a trip to the library.  Here is the link for SDBS: