DataApex has announced the release of Clarity Chromatography Software version 5.0. Offered primarily as OEM solution, this latest solution includes a Mass Spectra (MS) data processing module and is able to evaluate spectral data from MS detectors – cooperation with NIST libraries has also been incorporated. Clarity currently supports more than 450 instruments, and any user with an older version can update their software free of charge. In addition, the company has extended the number of languages Clarity is available in to include English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, French and German.
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