There is no solid-state NMR in this article, but, it is a very handy set of reference data.
NMR Chemical Shifts of Trace Impurities: Common Laboratory Solvents, Organics, and Gases in Deuterated Solvents Relevant to the Organometallic Chemist
Gregory R. Fulmer*†, Alexander J. M. Miller‡, Nathaniel H. Sherden‡, Hugo E. Gottlieb§, Abraham Nudelman§, Brian M. Stoltz‡, John E. Bercaw‡ and Karen I. Goldberg†
Organometallics, 2010, 29 (9), pp 2176–2179
Abstract: Tables of 1H and 13C NMR chemical shifts have been compiled for common organic compounds often used as reagents or found as products or contaminants in deuterated organic solvents. Building upon the work of Gottlieb, Kotlyar, and Nudelman in the Journal of Organic Chemistry, signals for common impurities are now reported in additional NMR solvents (tetrahydrofuran-d8, toluene-d8, dichloromethane-d2, chlorobenzene-d5, and 2,2,2-trifluoroethanol-d3) which are frequently used in organometallic laboratories. Chemical shifts for other organics which are often used as reagents or internal standards or are found as products in organometallic chemistry are also reported for all the listed solvents.