Many molecules show temperature-dependent NMR spectra. The analysis of these spectra provides information about themodynamic data.
GEMNMR and XNMR support the simulation of these spectra. I developed GEMNMR in 1990 during my diploma thesis, XNMR in the early 90's during my PhD thesis in the research group Kreiter at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
XNMR is shareware for the X-Window-System (X11), capable of simulating exchange-broadened NMR spectra of molecules with up to nine chemical configurations. XNMR further supports up to a certain degree the processing of experimental data obtained with Bruker NMR spectrometers. Some basic features of XNMR are:
The ANSI C sources of XNMR are available for download. The main development platform was an Atari TT with System V Release 4 (ASV), and the software was successfully compiled and tested on the following platforms:
The GEMNMR shareware software runs under the GEM GUI and supports the simulation of
exchange-broadened NMR spectra.
The PC version requires a system with GEM/3 installed. For the Atari version no
additional software is required.
GEMNMR without floating point processor support is freeware. The binaries are available for download: