Peptide & Building Block Structure Confirmation

NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) is a classical analytical technique used for structure determination and confirmation in organic synthesis, e.g. of peptides or building blocks for peptide synthesis. The principle is based on the different behavior of atoms (e.g. 1H, 13C) in a strong static and oscillating magnetic field depending on their chemical environment.

NMR is not frequently used for peptide analysis because NMR spectra of peptides are usually very complex with many signals overlapping. However, NMR is perfectly suited for the precise structural confirmation of very small peptides and building blocks, which is a synthesis service that JPT also offers.

Material requisition: 2-20 mg

Time needed: 2-3 days