Deuterated benzene is a flammable, viscous organic solvent with the formula C6D6. 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 benzene comprises of a singlet at 7.16 ppm (vs. TMS). The 13C-NMR spectrum consists of a triplet of equal intensity at 128.39 ppm (vs. TMS). The water resonance is at 0.5 ppm.
Cambridge Isotope Laboratories (CIL) is pleased to offer highly enriched and pure deuterated benzene 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.
Benzene-d6 is slightly hygroscopic and thus some care should be taken to minimize contact of the solvent with atmospheric water.