Reference Spectra

This example demonstrates how to reference spectra using Toluene as an example.

Load Toluene Spectra

Start with importing data and creating the DNPLab workspace. The data has been processed and saved in .h5 file.

import numpy as np
import dnplab as dnp

sampleTag = "10 mM TEMPO in Toluene"
#file_name_path = "../../data/h5/PowerBuildUpAligned.h5"
#data = dnp.load(file_name_path)

Plot Toluene Spectra

Once the data are imported and processed, it is time to plot the 1D spectra.

#dnp.fancy_plot(data, xlim=[-20, 20], title=sampleTag)
#dnp.plt.show()

Find Toluene Peaks

In the previous example, we have demonstrated how to find peaks. Now, we apply the DNPLab function find_peaks to get a DNPData object of all peaks.

#peaks = dnp.find_peaks(data)
#dnp.peak_info(peaks)

Reference Proton Peak

We can see that chemical shift for proton peak is roughly at 2.79 ppm. Let's reference this peak to 7.70 ppm applying the DNPLab function reference.

#data = dnp.reference(data, old_ref = 2.79, new_ref = 7.70)

# We can plot the spectra after reference.
#dnp.fancy_plot(data, xlim=[-10, 30], title=sampleTag)
#dnp.plt.show()

Check the Proton Peak

After we referenced the peaks, we can apply find_peaks functions again to get a DNPData object of all peaks.

#peaks = dnp.find_peaks(data)
#dnp.peak_info(peaks)

Total running time of the script: (0 minutes 0.001 seconds)

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