NMR spectrum

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is it possible to detect the presence of enantiomeric exess of one enantiomer over the other using 1H nmr in a 400 mhz instrument without the use of any chiral agent?
 

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Is it possible to detect the presence of enantiomeric exess of one enantiomer over the other in a chiral compound by using 1H nmr analysis using a 400 mhz instrument without the use of any chiral agent?
 
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No, enantiomers should have identical NMR spectra in an achiral environment.
 

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