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NMR Spectroscopy

The new ACD/Labs corporate package makes NMR spectroscopy tools affordable to broader groups of scientists than was previously possible, by accounting for the fact that they will only use part of the functionality at a fraction of the time compared to a power user.

With NMR processing tools, chemists get easy access to their NMR data on their own time in the comfort of their own lab, desk, or office. An integrated and easy-to-use NMR processing and prediction application provides chemists with immediate feedback on the success of their reactions. Armed with this information, the chemists gain an increased level of confidence to either go along with their intuition, or question the outcome of their reaction; enabling faster and more informed decision-making about the relationship between a chemical structure and an NMR spectrum.

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