Deuterated acetone (CD3)2CO) is a flammable, non-viscous polar organic solvent with the formula (CD3)2CO. It is used to dissolve a wide range of compounds and has a density of 0.87 g/cm3 (20 oC)
The 1H-NMR spectrum of deuterated acetone consists of a quintet (e.g., 5 lines) at 2.05 ppm. The water resonance is at a chemical shift of 1.12 ppm (vs. TMS). The 13C-NMR spectrum gives rise to a singlet at 206.68 and a septet (e.g., 7 lines) at 29.92 ppm (vs. TMS).
Cambridge Isotope Laboratories (CIL) is pleased to offer highly enriched and pure deuterated acetone for use with high-field, NMR spectroscopy These products are carefully manufactured and packaged so that the introduction of any impurity, including paramagnetic impurities, such as dissolved O2(g), into the product is minimized.
Acetone-d6 is slightly hygroscopic and thus some care should be taken to minimize contact of the solvent with atmospheric water.