NMR Spectroscopy of Fatty Acids and Their Derivatives

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an extremely important technique for structural analysis and quantification of fatty acids and their derivatives. Here the subject is discussed in terms of 1H-NMR spectroscopy of fatty acids and their derivatives by Gerhard Knothe, and of 13C-NMR chemical shifts for fatty acids and their derivatives by Frank Gunstone. The topics are divided into discrete sections for ease of consultation. The documents are available both in html and PDF formats (link for the latter at the end of each document).

1H-NMR Spectroscopy of Fatty Acids and Their Derivatives

13C-NMR Chemical Shifts for Fatty Acids and Their Derivatives

These documents contain many numbers and though every attempt has been made to transfer them correctly from their sources, there may be some errors. Readers are invited to report these so that corrections can be made. We would also like to be told about citations that have been overlooked. Please contact Frank D. Gunstone  or Gerhard Knothe,

Updated April 2, 2014