Our colleague Dr. Mark Dixon (Mestrelab) gave a webinar about how identification and/or quantification of components of a mixture in solution is a common problem that a chemist must solve on a frequent basis.
Agreeing in principle that there are benefits to data automation is one thing, yet in practice, changing standard processes to implement such automations can be a much more complicated decision to make, especially when lacking the internal expertise to take care of such changes.
The demand for, and adoption of lab automated systems has been constantly increasing over the past few years, the market for which is anticipated to grow by 7.6%, up to $9.21 billion, by 2029
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Mnova offers multiple ways to address the analyses of mixtures when presented in NMR spectra, whether they are targeted or untargeted, and whether they require component identification and/or quantification
Mbook 3.1 – Release Mbook 3.1 has been released, bringing a small set of improvements and bug fixes so…
High-throughput (HT) analyses have become extremely popular, if not essential, for daily activities in the majority of analytical laboratories
Application of multiplet structure deconvolution to extract scalar coupling constants from 1D nuclear magnetic resonance spectra
Title: Application of multiplet structure deconvolution to extract scalar coupling constants from 1D nuclear magnetic resonance spectra Authors: Damien Jeannerat,…