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February 20, 2008


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Jean-Claude Bradley

There is no good reason to continue to print out NMR spectra, when awesome free tools are available. Ever since we came across it, my group has used JSpecView. It allows unlimited expansions and integration over a browser interface and spectral overlays.

I have not run across a situation where I don't need to zoom into an NMR taken by my students, if only to verify the exact location of the TMS peak. This also makes it easy to look at impurities, coupling constants and peak shape.

Even if one doesn't want to make the data open, this is a much better alternative than printing endless expansions on paper, trying to anticipate the regions that will be of interest.

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