NMR spectroscopy of starch systems

Both solid and liquid state NMR techniques have been used including 1 H NMR 13 C NMR 31 P NMR and 17 O NMR These techniques can be non-destructive and provide novel insights into the structure of starch systems NMR spectroscopy is complementary to other analytical techniques such as X-ray diffraction and calorimetry for the characterization of simple and complex starch systems

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Predict the 1H NMR of compound A in CDCl3 Show clear

Problem: Predict the 1H NMR of compound A in CDCl3 Show clearly the relative intensity chemical shift and splitting pattern of each peak Indicate in the spectrum using the appropriate number shown for the carbons where the protons resonate Note: add as reference peaks the TMS and residual CHCl3

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Yellow solid 52% yield 1H

1H NMR spectra were recorded at 400 MHz and 13C NMR spectra were recorded at 100 MHz and 31P NMR spectra were recorded at 162 MHz (Bruker Avance II 400) with CDCl3 as solvent Chemical shifts are reported in parts per million (ppm) down field from TMS the solvent resonance as the internal standard Coupling constants (J)

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A Step

Carbon NMR is a necessary step in full structural characterization However C-NMR alone does not provide enough information to assign the carbons in the molecule The NMR spectrum below does confirm the number of carbons in the molecule however HSQC and HMBC (we will get to these soon!) are necessary to assign the carbons with confidence

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LAB #4 NMR and IR Structure Determination – CSB/SJU

3 Typically your spectra will be run in CDCl3 that may contain TMS As a consequence there will be a peak at 7 24 due to a small amount of CHCl3 in the CDCl3 The TMS peak appears at 0 ppm You may ignore these two peaks To select a threshold (for peak position printout) 1 Select th a horizontal line will appear on the spectrum

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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrum of Ethanol

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy can measure radio-frequency Zeeman transitions of proton spins in a magnetic field It is more convenient to sweep the magnetic field through the resonances at a fixed frequency typically 60 MHz

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1H NMR Spectrum (DB00201)

1H NMR Spectrum (DB00201) Spectrum Details drugbank ID DB00201 Compound name Caffeine Spectrum type 1H NMR Spectrum Splash Key Not Available Spectrum Viewer Spectrum Image Spectra Viewer Instructions Experimental Conditions Sample Concentration 50 0 mM Solvent CDCl3 Sample Mass 6 4 mg Sample Assessment Excellent Spectrum Assessment Excellent Instrument Type Varian

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By Brian Sparling

An NMR Caveman's Guide to Quickly Acquiring Spectroscopic Data By Brian Sparling the Acqi window type rts and then cdcl3 then su to reload the default shim values for CDCl 3 Sometimes a n00b will use the machine right before you and screw up all the shims (z0-6 xy etc ) and reloading the shimfile helps with this 6 If gradient autoshimming is desired jexp2 then [Setup] → [Shim

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NMR Spectrum Acquisition

NMR Spectrum Acquisition Sample Preparation To prepare a sample for NMR spectroscopy dissolve 10-50 mg of the sample in about a mL of a deuterated solvent usually CDCl 3 FT-NMR instruments require that samples be run in a solvent containing deuterium because the instrument locks on the resonance of deuterium to achieve field-frequency stabilization

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D2O and NMR

D2O and NMR Watch Announcements Video QA with The Amazons Bombay Bicycle Club and Rhys Lewis They answered your questions How have things changed for you during Covid-19? Take our survey - you could win a 100 voucher! start new discussion reply Page 1 of 1 Go to first unread Skip to page: Kenny135 Badges: 2 #1 Report Thread starter 10 years ago #1 Which peaks does D2O remove

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Formaldehyde

The Automated Topology Builder (ATB) and Repository is intended to facilitate the development of molecular force fields for Molecular Dynamics or Monte Carlo simulations of biomolecular systems Applications include the study of biomolecule:ligand complexes free energy calculations structure-based drug design and refinement of x-ray crystal complexes

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NMR spectroscopy of starch systems

3 Structural characterization 3 1 Impact of hydration extent The 13 C CP/MAS NMR spectrum is very sensitive to the hydration of starch (Cheetham and Tao 1998b Paris et al 1999 Veregin et al 1986) (Supplementary material Fig 1) The increasing moisture content of starch increased the peak sharpness to various degrees depending on the polymorph type and starch composition (Cheetham

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1 H NMR Interpretation

NMR time scale High field Low frequency Low field High frequency 4 Ratio of the integrated of peaks (peak areas/heights) indicates relative number of protons in different environs Peak (multiplet) area ∝n H generating the signal however area peaks are not perfect 5 Cl F S Cl 6

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Accurately and Quickly Interpreting NMR/IR Spectra

04 10 2014*CDCl3 was the IR solvent In addition in looking at the HNMR spectra I concluded that the protons shown in the NMR spectra corresponded to the groups determined in the IR spectra My only concern is that the approximate ppm(s) seem to be shifted yet I know that this may not necessarily mean that my interpretation is wrong

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Notes on NMR Solvents

Notes on NMR Solvents I Introduction Most NMR spectra are recorded for compounds dissolved in a solvent Therefore signals will be observed for the solvent and this must be accounted for in solving spectral problems To avoid spectra dominated by the solvent signal most 1 H NMR spectra are recorded

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2D NMR FOR THE CHEMIST

Foundations for 2D NMR • All 2D experiments have a direct (t 2) and indirect (t 1) dimension given by the Varian parameters at and d2 • Digital resolution of a spectrum = # hertz/data point = sw/np for f2 and sw1/ni for f1 in any 2D experiment • As in a 1D experiment the digital resolution in the indirect dimension of a 2D experiment must be great enough to resolve

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Proton NMR Shifts of Common Organic Solvents_

Proton nmr ShiftS of common organic SolVentS The table below lists the 1H chemical shifts for over 300 organic solvents and liquid reagents The solvent in which the shift was measured is given in the second column Shifts are given in parts per million relative to tetramethylsilane (TMS) and are listed in order of smallest to largest shift

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Deuterated chloroform

* HOD Peaks - NMR spectra of "neat" deuterated solvent always exhibit a peak due to H 20 in addition to the residual solvent peak When the exchange rate between H0 and HDO is slow on the NMR timescale the water peak appears as two peaks a singlet corresponding to H 20 and a

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NMR Predictor

(note that OH and NH hydrogens will not be shown) This page illustrates how JSME (the JavaScript Molecular Editor) can be used along with JSpecView to obtain a simulated NMR spectrum for a chosen compound These two views along with the 3D JSmol model can be used in any combination JSmol on this page calls servers in Frederick Maryland (NIH resolver for name-to-structure) and Lausanne

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