5.0
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About this app

Quickly check whether that NMR peak is a solvent.

Includes the most common deuterated solvents, and all of the common lab solvents/grease.

Quick Instructions:
1) Select the deuterated solvent from the drop-down menu.
2) Toggle between proton or carbon NMR with the 1H / 13C button.
3) Enter a range in the From and to boxes, then tap 'search' to highlight all shifts between those values.
4) Order the results by default, alphabetically, or by NMR shift.

Tips:
* The solvent and order choice persist between uses.
* There is no need to enter both an upper and lower limit. If there is only a value in the 'from' field, every shift higher than or equal to that value will be highlighted.
* There are two themes available: dark and light. For Android Q+ the theme will follow the system choice. Otherwise, a dark/light toggle icon will be visible in the upper right-hand corner.
* The 'free' version is now identical to the 'full' version. Please consider supporting the continued development by buying this 'full' version.


NMRss stands for NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) Solvent Signals. It is useful in chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, and any discipline that uses NMR.

Note: While all efforts have been made to provide accurate information, periodicalapps takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided.
More information at www.periodicalapps.com/nmrss
Updated on
Sep 25, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

5.0
10 reviews
A Google user
January 12, 2019
Really great app, only problem I have is that the free trial app shows the solvents in the ppm range in red, while this one doesn't - not sure if just me, but I have reinstalled it Edit 12/01/19 - it's great, you guys have responded to my issues, and fixed it
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PeriodicalApps
January 12, 2019
Hi Joshua, thanks for the great feedback. The paid version should have behaved exactly the same as the trial - just without the limited uses. Your comment coincided with an update required to support Android P, and we have made sure that the highlight feature works on our test devices. Please let us know if the new version does not work for you.
A Google user
May 26, 2016
Saves time squinting on the NMR data table
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A Google user
February 2, 2016
Excellent for searching for solvent impurities
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What's new

Cleaner layout, faster search, lower memory use
Updated for compatibility with Android Q+