Rating: Very Good
Strong Points: Easy to draw the molecule of interest and visualize its spectrum.
Weak Points: Mostly useful for small molecules.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is still a widely used tool to determine the unique spectra of molecules of interest. For chemists who want a quick way to assess the probable spectra of a molecule in question, Orange NMR is a great tool. The app allows users to draw their molecule in the app, including details such as the atoms involved, the bonds between atoms, and the molecule’s overall shape. Once the molecule is drawn, the app returns a prediction of how the NMR spectrum should look, including data about the hydrogen and carbon peaks. The app allows users to adjust the display of the spectrum, and users can choose to store their spectra on the app or transfer them to the cloud. Orange NMR is a handy app that quickly and easily allows users to predict the NMR spectra of their molecular samples.