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Chemspider has launched C13-NMR predictions using the NMRSHIFTDB-database system. An (again critical) evaluation can be found at

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I strongly recommend to take a textbook on Carbon-NMR and to rerun the examples I have shown on my webpage - otherwise you won't believe !

Before somebody starts a 'blog-war', please convince me that 1000's of literature citations claiming that a terminal CH3 in an alkyl-chain resonates at 14ppm, are wrong - I will immediately publish here an "Erratum".

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