Indirect Chemical Shift Referencing
Chemical shift ratios for indirect referencing of 13C, 15N, and 31P chemical shifts. Chemical shift ratios are kindly solicited for other X-1H pairs. Please submit them along with a short description of their derivation to email@example.com.
Nuclei Chemical Shift Sample Literature Reference Ratio 1H (DSS) 1.000000000 a 1, 2 2H (DSS) 0.153506088 a 2, 5 13C-1H (DSS) 0.251449530 a 1, 2 15N-1H (DSS) 0.101329118 b 1, 2 31P-1H (DSS) 0.404808636 h 2, 6
(The IUPAC-IUBMB-IUPAB Task Group Recommendations do not advocate the use of temperature correction factors. These correction factors were determined using sample d, described below)
Nuclei Chemical Shift Temp. Factor Literature Ratio Reference 13C-1H (DSS) 0.251449519 (T - 300 K) x 1.04 x 10-9 1 15N-1H (1H DSS) 0.101329112 (T - 300 K) x 2.74 x 10-10 1
Nuclei Chemical Shift Sample Literature Reference Ratio 13C-1H (DSS) 0.251449528 a 1 13C-1H (DSS) 0.251449537 a 1 13C-1H (DSS) 0.251449519 d 1 13C-1H (DSS) 0.251449531 e 1 13C-1H (TSP) 0.25144954 f 3 15N-1H (1H DSS) 0.101329118 b 1 15N-1H (1H DSS) 0.101329002 e 1 15N-1H (1H DSS) 0.101329112 d 1 15N-1H (1H TMS) 0.1013291444 g 4 (Derived for liquid ammonia) 15N-1H (1H TMS) 0.10136767 n 4 (CH3NO2/TMS ratio) 19F-1H (DSS) 0.940867196 i 7 (TFA in a capillary) 19F-1H (DSS) 0.940866982 i 7 (TFA in a sphere) 19F-1H (DSS) 0.940865707 j 7 (TFE in a capillary) 19F-1H (DSS) 0.940865527 j 7 (TFE in a sphere) 31P-1H (DSS) 0.404807210 k 7 (H3PO4 in a capillary) 31P-1H (DSS) 0.404807356 k 7 (H3PO4 in a sphere) 31P-1H (DSS) 0.404806249 m 7 (PCr in a capillary) 31P-1H (DSS) 0.404806249 m 7 (PCr in a sphere)
Sample Designation Sample Contents and Conditions a 10 mM DSS in 99.8 % D2O, 25 C b 10 mM DSS in 99.8% D2O with anhydrous liquid ammonia in an external capillary, 25 C d DSS in 1 M NH4NO3, 1 M HNO3, 25 C e 5 mM DSS in liquid ammonia, 25 C f TSP in D2O, 22 C g Derived for liquid ammonia from a sample of TMS in CH3NO2 h 10% trimethylphosphate; 2 mM DSS in 99.8% D2O, 25 C i 10 mM DSS in D2O pH 7.0, outer volume; 100% trifluoroacetic acid (capillary or sphere): 25 C j 10 mM DSS in D2O pH 7.0, outer volume; 100% trifluorethanol (capillary or sphere): 25 C k 10 mM DSS in D2O pH 7.0, outer volume; 85% ortho-phosphoric acid in H2O (capillary or sphere): 25 C m 10 mM DSS in D2O pH 7.0, outer volume: 10 mM phosphocreatine in H2O (capillary or sphere): 25 C n TMS in CH3NO2
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5. The chi value recommended here for 2H was determined from the ratios of 1H and 2H signals of a water sample at 298 K as measured by Dr. Frits Abildgaard and David LeMaster at the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison. This value is a surrogate for the isotopomers of DSS, and its derivation assumes that there is no primary isotope effect on the ratio.
6. The chi value recommended here for 31P is the average of values determined independently, one at the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison by F. Abildgaard (40.4808651), and the other at the National Institutes of Health by A. Bax (40.480862). Measurements were made at 298 K in D2O solution containing 10% trimethylphosphate as the indirect reference and DSS as the direct reference.
7. Maurer, T. and Kalbitzer, H. R., "Indirect Referencing of 31P and 19F NMR Spectra," J. Magn. Reson. B 113, 177-178 (1996).