[FID]



FTNMR Spectra in NUTSTM Format





This section of the FTNMR FID archive (see below) lists a number of 13C, 1H, and APT free induction decay files in Nuts format (a Windows NMR off-line data processing program). Most of these files are also available on another page of the Archive in Felix for Windows format (another off-line NMR data processing program).

Compounds are listed according to increasing carbon number. All the FIDs presently listed below were collected on a 300 MHz spectrometer at Pacific Lutheran University. More compounds will be added to the list in the future as we acquire data on our spectrometer or when we receive data from you! Please see the submission guidelines .

Searchable Database of Processed 1H Spectra from the PLU FID Archive in NUTS Format.

A new feature of the PLU FID Archive is a searchable database of 94 processed 1H spectra from the NUTS section, complete with structure image files. This feature has been provided by Acorn NMR and is available by from the PLU chemistry ftp site (ftp.chem.plu.edu). The spectra and image files are compressed in a single 9.2 megabyte .zip file. Instructions for downloading and handling the .zip file are here.

The FTNMR FID Archive Files are also available by anonymous ftp.

In addition to downloading files from your web browser you may now download fid files from the Archive by anonymous ftp. This will allow you to retrieve multiple files at once. The ftp address is ftp.chem.plu.edu, with login as anonymous and your email address as the password. The files are located under the pub directory in the fid_archive subdirectory. There, they are further subdivided according to whether they are in NUTS or Felix format in the nuts and felix subdirectories, respectively.

Data in this archive is provided as a service to the educational community and is not in the public domain. If you download and use data from this collection we ask that you acknowledge the Pacific Lutheran University FTNMR FID Archive. Thank you.



Compound Formula Available Spectra
1, 1, 2-trichloroethane C2H3Cl3 1H
1, 1-dichloroethane C2H4Cl2 1H
bromoethane C2H5Br 1H
oxalic acid C2H5Br
ethanol C2H6O 1H
dichloroacetic acid C2H2Cl2O2
1, 1, 2, 3, 3-pentachloropropane C3H3Cl5
2,3-dibromopropene C3H4Br2 1H
methoxyacetonitrile C3H5NO 1H
1,3-dichloropropane C3H6Cl2 1H
propanal C3H6O 1H 13C APT
propanoic acid C3H6O2 1H 13C APT
1-chloro-2-propanol C3H7ClO 13C
2-iodopropane C3H7I 1H
1-nitropropane C3H7NO2 1H
propylamine C3H9N 1H 13C APT
maleic acid C4H4O4
succinic acid C4H6O4 1H 13C APT
ethyl chloroacetate C4H7ClO2 1H
butyraldehyde C4H8O 1H 13C APT
2-butanone C4H8O 1H 13C APT
butyric acid C4H8O2
methyl propionate C4H8O2 1H
pyrrolidine C4H8N 1H 13C APT
2-bromobutane C4H9Br 1H
1-butanol C4H10O
2-butanol C4H10O 1H 13C APT
tert-butanol C4H10O 1H 13C APT
butylamine C4H11N 1H 13C APT
sec-butylamine C4H11N 1H 13C APT
diethylamine C4H11N 1H 13C APT
isobutylamine C4H11N 1H 13C APT
2-furaldehyde C5H4O2 1H 13C APT
pyridine C5H5N 1H 13C APT
furfuryl alcohol C5H6O2 1H 13C APT
cyclopentanone C5H8O 1H 13C APT
pentanal C5H10O 1H 13C APT
cyclopentanol C5H10O 1H 13C APT
3-methyl-2-buten-1-ol C5H10O 1H
3-methyl-2-butanone C5H10O 1H 13C APT
2-pentanone C5H10O 1H 13C APT
3-pentanone C5H10O 1H 13C APT
methyl methacrylate C5H10O2 13C
3-methyl-1-butanol C5H12O
piperidine C5H11N 1H 13C APT
1-bromo-3-methylbutane C5H11Br 13C
2-bromo-2-methylbutane C5H11Br 13C
1-bromopentane C5H11Br 13C
2-pentanol C5H12O 1H 13C APT
3-methyl-1-butanol C5H12O 1H
1,3,5-tribromobenzene C6H3Br3 13C
cyclohexanone C6H10O 1H 13C APT
2, 5-hexanedione C6H10O2 1H 13C APT
adipic acid C6H10O4 1H 13C APT
hexanoic acid C6H12O2 1H 13C APT
2-ethyl-1-butanol C6H14O 13C
diisopropylamine C6H15N 1H
hexylamine C6H15N 1H 13C APT
triethylamine C6H15N 1H 13C APT
3,5-dinitrobenzoic acid C7H4N2O6 1H 13C APT
benzophenone C7H5O 1H 13C APT
2-chlorobenzaldehyde C7H5ClO 1H 13C APT
2-chlorobenzoic acid C7H5ClO2 1H 13C APT
3-nitrobenzaldehyde C7H5NO3 1H 13C APT
4-nitrobenzaldehyde C7H5NO3 1H 13C APT
benzaldehyde C7H6O 1H 13C APT
2, 5-bicycloheptadiene C7H8O 13C
benzyl alcohol C7H8O 1H 13C APT
p-methoxyphenol C7H8O2 1H 13C APT
benzylamine C7H9N 1H 13C APT
m-toluidine C7H9N 1H 13C APT
p-toluidine C7H9N 1H 13C APT
diethyl malonate C7H12O 13C
heptanal C7H14O 1H 13C APT
1-heptanol C7H16O
phthalic anhydride C8H4O3 13C
acetophenone C8H8O 1H 13C APT
phenylethanal C8H8O 1H 13C
4-hydroxyacetophenone C8H8O2 1H 13C APT
phenylacetic acid C8H8O2 1H 13C APT
m-toluic acid C8H8O2 1H 13C APT
o-toluic acid C8H8O2
p-anisic acid C8H8O3 1H 13C APT
m-xylene C8H10 1H 13C APT
p-xylene C8H10 1H
4-ethylphenol C8H10O 1H 13C APT
4-methylanisole C8H10O 1H 13C APT
d, l-1-phenylethylamine C8H11N 1H 13C APT
2-phenylethylamine C8H11N 1H
2, 2, 4, 4-tetramethylcyclobutan-1, 3-dione C8H12O 13C
2, 4, 4-trimethyl-2-pentene C8H16 13C
2-octanone C8H16O 1H 13C APT
1-octanol C8H18O 1H 13C APT
di-n-butylamine C8H19N
isoquinoline C9H7N
trans-cinnamic acid C9H8O2 1H 13C APT
indan C9H10 1H
ß-methoxystyrene C9H10O 1H
4-methoxyacetophenone C9H10O2 1H 13C APT
phenacetin C9H11NO2 1H
3-ethyltoluene C9H12 1H
isopropylbenzene (cumene) C9H12 1H
mesitylene C9H12 13C
(+/-)-1-phenyl-1-propanol C9H12O 1H
azelaic acid C9H16O4 1H 13C APT
2, 6-dimethyl-4-heptanone C9H18O 13C
tripropylamine C9H21N 1H 13C APT
1-naphthol C10H8O 1H 13C APT
tetralin C10H12 13C
1-phenyl-2-butanone C10H12O 1H
4-phenyl-2-butanone C10H12O 1H
p-cymene C10H14 1H
2, 6-diethylaniline C10H15N 13C
N, N-diethylaniline C10H15N 13C
camphor C10H16O 1H 13C APT
l-borneol C10H18O 1H 13C APT
decanoic acid C10H20O2 1H 13C APT
1-decanol C10H22O 1H 13C APT
4-N, N-diethylaminobenzaldehyde C11H15NO 13C
1-dodecanol C12H26O 1H 13C APT
tributylamine C12H27N 1H 13C APT
benzophenone C13H10O 1H 13C APT
N-benzyl-N-ethylaniline C15H17N 1H
dibenzalacetone C17H14O 13C
cholesterol C27H46O 1H 13C APT

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