ACD/Spectrus Processor

ACD/Spectrus Processor: An all-in-one, multi-technique analytical data processing and chemical characterization tool for synthetic chemists.

One software package for all your analytical chemistry needs

An all-in-one, multi-technique analytical data processing and chemical characterization tool for synthetic chemists, ACD/Spectrus Processor conveys chemical awareness in its interpretation of spectra and chromatograms with technique-specific tools to aid better understanding of your analytical data. All techniques have complimentary processing tools for a unified environment. Spectrus Processor also provides access to corporate analytical knowledge, and is a gateway to the full ACD/Spectrus platform.

With an intuitive interface and uniformity across spectroscopy, spectrometry, and chromatography, ACD/Spectrus Processor provides:

  • All-in-one processing and interpretation software for NMR, LC/GC/UV/MS, IR, and other techniques
  • Support for data formats from most major instrument vendors
  • Assistance with routine chemical structure confirmation
  • Chemical structure drawing and editing
  • Sophisticated reports in one click
  • Access to commercial and corporate databases with search and view capabilities
    The ability to search and view processed and interpreted analytical data through Spectrus Processor extends knowledge-sharing to the desktop of every scientist. Not only can you search commercial databases but also those created in-house. Processing and interpretation tools allow analytical data created and stored by colleagues to be re-examined, to help answer new questions. Learn more

Techniques Included in ACD/Spectrus Processor

Installation Options

Spectrus Processor is available both as desktop software and as an enterprise package that can be deployed across your entire organization, creating a uniform environment for working with analytical chemistry data. As part of the Spectrus knowledge management solution, Spectrus Processor gives access to analytical data with chemical context, providing a knowledge-sharing platform for scientists to review and re-use corporate intellectual property.