Tetrahydrofurane-d8

NMR- data

[Picture] Chemical shift [ppm] Coupling constants [Hz]
1H 1.72 1J(C,D) 22.0 (C-1)
3.57 20.5 (C-2)
13C 25.2
67.2
17O 16(H2O = 0)
H2O/HOD 2.42

 

Physical data

Formula C4D8O
Molecular weight [g/mol] 80.15
Density (d420) 0.99
Melting point [°C] -108.5
Boiling point [°C] 64
Inflammation temperature [°C] -17.5
Refraction index (nD20) 1.4043
Dynamic viscosity (20°C) [mPa s] 0.47
Magnetic suszeptibility (20°C) -0.6 x 10-6
Dielectrical constant 7.6
Dipole momentum [D] 1.7
Polarity [kJ/mol] 156.5
Donor strength [kJ/mol] 90.4

Common impurities

compoundprotonmultiplicity1H-shift [ppm]carbon13C-shift [ppm]
waterOHs2.46
acetic acidCH3s1.89CH320.13
CO171.69
acetoneCH3s2.05CH 330.17
CO204.19
acetonitrileCH3s1.95CH 30.45
CN116.79
benzeneCHs7.31CH128.84
t-butyl-alcoholCH3s1.15CH 330.57
OHs3.16C -CH 367.5
carbon dioxideCO 2125.69
carbon disulfideCS 2193.37
carbon tetrachlorideCCl 496.89
chloroformCHs7.89CH79.24
18-crown-6CH2s3.57CH 271.34
cyclohexaneCH2s1.44CH 227.58
1,2-dichloroethaneCH 2s3.77CH 244.64
dichloromethaneCH 2s5.51CH 254.67
diethyletherCH 3t1.12CH 315.49
CH 2q3.38CH 266.14
1,4-dioxaneCH 2s3.56CH 267.65
diglymeCH 2m3.43CH 271.17
CH 2m3.53CH 272.72
OCH 3s3.28OCH 358.72
DMECH 3s3.28CH 358.72
CH 2s3.43CH 272.58
dimethylformamideCHs7.91CH161.96
CH 3s2.88CH 335.65
CH 3s2.76CH 330.7
ethaneCH 3s0.85CH 36.79
ethyleneCH 2s5.36CH 2123.09
ethanolCH 3t1.1CH 318.9
CH 2q3.51CH 257.6
OHs3.3xx
ethylene glycolCH 2s3.48CH 264.35
ethyl acetateCH3COs1.94CH3CO20.45
CO170.32
C H2 CH3q4.04C H2 CH360.3
CH 2 C H 3t1.19CH 2 C H 314.37
H greaseCH 3m0,85-0,91xx
CH 2broad1.29CH 230.45
hexamethylbenzeneCH 3s2.18CH 316.71
C131.88
n-hexaneCH 3t0.89CH 314.22
CH 2m1.29CH 2 (2,5)23.33
CH 2 (3,4)32.34
HMDSOCH 3s0.07CH 31.83
HMPACH 3d2.58CH 336.89
hydrogenH 2s4.55xx
imidazoleCH(2)s7.48CH(2)135.72
CH(4,5)s6.94CH(4,5)122.2
methaneCH 4s0.19CH 4-4.9
methanolCH 3s3.27CH 349.64
OHs3.02xx
nitromethaneCH 3s4.31CH 362.49
n-pentaneCH 3t0.89CH 314.18
CH 2m1.31CH 2 (2,4)23
CH 2 (3)34.87
propaneCH 3t0.9CH 316.6
CH 2septett1.33CH 216.82
2-propanolCH 3d1.08CH 325.7
CHseptett3.82CH66.14
propyleneCH3d1.69CH319.27
CH 2 (1)m4.89CH 2115.74
CH 2 (2)m4.99xx
CHm5.79CH134.02
pyridineCH(2,6)m8.54CH(2,6)150.57
CH(3,5)m7.25CH(3,5)124.08
CH(4)m7.65CH(4)135.99
pyrroleNHbroad9.96xx
CH (2,5)m6.66CH (2,5)118.03
CH (3,4)m6.02CH (3,4)107.74
pyrrolidineCH 2 (2,5)m2.75CH 2 (2,5)45.82
CH 2 (3,4)m1.59CH 2 (3,4)26.17
silicon greaseCH 3s0.11CH 31.2
tetrahydrofuranCH 2 (2,5)m3.62CH 2 (2,5)68.03
CH 2 (3,4)m1.79CH 2 (3,4)26.19
TolueneCH 3s2.31CH 321.29
C(1)138.24
CH (2,4,6)m7.1CH (2,6)129.47
CH (3,5)m7.19CH (3,5)128.71
CH (4)125.84
triethylamineCH 3t0.97CH 312.51
CH 2q2.46CH 247.18
The table was taken from German. The comma is therefore the decimal point.
For example, 4.3 stands for the English 4.3.

Source:
NMR Chemical Shifts of Trace Impurities: Common Laboratory Solvents, Organics, and Gases in Deuterated Solvents Relevant to the Organometallic Chemist
Gregory R. Fulmer, Alexander J. M. Miller, Nathaniel H. Sherden, Hugo E. Gottlieb, Abraham Nudelman, Brian M. Stoltz, John E. Bercaw and Karen I. Goldberg
Organometallics, 2010, 29 (9), pp 2176–2179
DOI: 10.1021/om100106e

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