How many different NMR active nuclei is it aware of?

Last Modified: 3rd Jan 2013
Category: Laboratory Applications > gNMR
Version: 3.6
Article Ref.: 27C2
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gNMR 27C2 gNMR can cope with all NMR active nuclei, for example, if you have a molecule with carbon, boron and protons you will be able to display the splitting due to the boron and this can be either of the two isotopes or the natural abundance. gNMR is excellent for the simulation of all NMR active nuclei and you can even customise it for your other nuclei. gNMR will currently predict chemical shift information for carbon, protons and phosphorous. gNMR 3.6 en

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