Question 2 - Scientific Inquiry and Reasoning (Question Type) Practice Test for the MCAT

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?

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