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ACD/1D NMR

Advanced Chemistry Development (ACD/Labs) has released a new product designed for NMR data analysis. The product helps chemists to view and interpret spectra quickly and easily.

The ACD/1D NMR Assistant assigns NMR data and automatically evaluates whether a proposed chemical structure is consistent with a 1H NMR spectrum. If the structure does not match, the software will highlight the position of the inconsistency in the spectra to focus the chemist’s attention on the problematic area.

ACD/1D NMR Assistant also provides logical and intuitive processing, analysis and reporting tools. The software can create a multiplet report in patent format, and the spectra, tables, and structures can be copied to common word processing and desktop publishing applications.

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