TMS (tetramethylsilane) is commonly added to Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) samples. TMS has a chemical shift which is upfield of most organic signals, and it gives a strong, sharp singlet peak and can be easily removed. Why is TMS added to NMR samples?
to react with the sample
to calibrate the NMR spectrum
to reduce noise in the spectrum
to provide a lock signal
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