Do note that my report is well-circulated online and many of my juniors have received soft copies of it.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy makes use of the magnetic properties of certain nuclei such as proton to obtain information regarding the nature of the immediate environment of the magnetically distinct atom.
NMR spectroscopy is the most important and widely used technique by chemists for identifying the structures of organic and inorganic compounds because it allows a full analysis of the entire spectrum for a compound.
Hence, please exercise prudence while referring to it and, if necessary, cite this webpage.
(The effects of the chemical environments on the chemical shifts will be explored under the section, “Discussion”.)(For singlet, doublet and triplet coupling patterns, the chemical shift values given in this report will be their midvalues.