Process, interpret, analyze, and review NMR, LC/MS, IR, and other analytical data, in one interface. ACD/Spectrus Processor provides support for all your major instrument vendor data formats (view supported data formats), and assistance with confirmation that spectral data matches a given chemical structure/structural fragments. Retain your interpretations and assignments, and create publication-ready data with a few clicks.
Jürgen Bienert (Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany)
"We are able to immediately access all the analytical data and metadata that we generated during analytics jobs that were submitted by our colleagues from different scientific groups at the institute. Over the years we built up a substantial library of analytical data which helps us with present and future analytical tasks."
Thabo Khalema (MSc Applied Chemistry student, University of Johannesburg)
"This software has made my life very easy especially with FTIR, my main characterization technique. I open data I never opened before and process it ... on the machine that generated it. Previously I had to plot data with software, then export [the] file as PDF to see labelled peaks, which was quite tedious. I did try to process NMR data, ... and I found it quite excellent."
Dr. Rainer Ebel (University of Aberdeen)
"ACD/Spectrus Processor is a really powerful tool, as you can use it for processing the output of a variety of different methods including NMR, MS, IR and chromatographic data. It is very user-friendly and intuitive to use, and one of its major strengths is that it is independent of the instrument manufacturer, which makes it possible to process all relevant data with a common software interface."
Dr. Amin Mirza (Institute of Cancer Research)
"We provide our medicinal chemists with a dozen LC/MS, LC/UV, and NMR instruments from various vendors including Agilent, Bruker, Gilson, Thermo, and Waters. Using one tool to process and analyze all this data, instead of a suite of five or more, will certainly streamline the efforts of my group."