A time saver in routine mixtures analysis:
IMPORTANT: Batch SMA is an add-on to Mnova SMA (They are purchased independently)
How to open your Batch SMA plugin?
In the Batch SMA window, select the desired folder path and path mask to load your datasets into Mnova. Select a folder to save your results as well.
IMPORTANT: The spectra must contain all the sample-specific parameters, and the experiment name. (i.e. Aloe vera). This allows Mnova to find your experiment in the library and use the data to perform the analysis.
Add any quantification requirement to the “Parameter Comment” section
These data and experiment name can be added to the “Parameter Comment” in Mnova. Alternatively, the information can be added to the text file (Agilent) or title file (Bruker) that go with the imported NMR data.
Define your automated analysis reports:
Return to your Batch SMA window, click on Settings and choose among the different reporting options and select the tolerances for the relative area and coupling constants tests: