qNMR Part II: Concentration Determination and Automation


Mnova has unique and powerful functionality to ensure that the best qNMR results are always calculated for each sample. This process of best multiple selection is based on rules that the user specifies based on the type of impurity peaks present. Further robustness results from choosing the most appropriate way to calculate areas: conventional, Global Spectrum Deconvolution (GSD), or line-fitting. We provide a powerful library functionality to ensure the calculations are applied correctly, and to store default values.

In the first webinar we have explored the basic qNMR functionality in some depth, showing how it is used in the context of purity determination.


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