What’s new in Mnova 9.0.0

  • New features

    • Support non-linear sampling spectra (NUS)
    • PCA Analysis
    • Reference Deconvolution
    • AutoAssignments with no NMRPredict license. Also read Carlos article at “Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry”
    • Capability to import spectral data from literature to synthesize a virtual spectra.
    • Doubly Covariance NMR Spectroscopy
    • Refactoring of the Spin Simulation Table
    • Enhancements in the Absolute Reference tool
    • Assignments to unknown compounds
    • Ability to add new properties in the table of compounds
    • Capability to use a Layout template by default.
    • Several improvements regarded to memory handling have been implemented
    • New Script for Smart Reporting
    • GSD binning
  • New Features

    • Get 13C assignments when running Auto Assignments
    • Capability to import external prediction databases into Mnova
    • Capability to send all the assignments of the molecules opened in Mnova to the prediction DB
    • Improvements in prediction of CH2 prediction (diastereoisomerism)
    • 11B NMR Prediction
    • Spin Simulation panel is automatically populated with Predicted values
    • Calculation of 4J and 5J couplings
    • Script to get molecule and its predicted 1H and 13C spectra in one page
  • New Features

    • Simulate mass spectra with different losses and adducts
    • Capability to generate a layout with UV, TIC, MS spectrum and report table
    • Capability to customize the display of LC/MS when it is loaded
    • Capability to parse parameters
    • Ability to run Elemental Composition from a mass provided by the user
    • Baseline Correction of Optical traces
  • New Features

    • 13C NMR Verification
    • Refactoring of the Verify Results panel
  • New features

    Repeat the same purity analysis for multiple sample replicates

  • New Features

    • Manage Custom Interfaces
    • Capability to customize menu bars
    • Improvements in the drawing tool
    • Capability to save and load Preferences of Mnova
    • Capability to load molecules in SMILES and INCHI formats (with OpenBabel installed)

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