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Quantitative Analysis by NMR

qNMR has been attracting considerable attention across a broad spectrum of chemical analytical laboratories, as it provides accurate quantitative information without the requirement of reference compounds or predetermined response factors for every analyte.

NMR spectra provide various types of information, usually focused on the identification of the compounds contained in a sample; however, it’s well-known that quantitative data can also be obtained.

There are in fact two types of quantitative analysis in NMR:

  • Relative quantitation:
    the measurement of the ratio of a target component contained within the sample being measured.
  • Absolute quantitation:
    the measurement of the actual amount of the target component contained within the sample being measured.