The Wiley Registry 9th Edition/NIST 2011 is the largest mass spectral library commercially available, making it essential for any analytical laboratory.
This collection includes spectra with searchable chemical structures for more than 667,000 compounds of interest across many diverse applications, including quality assurance, food safety, environmental science, forensics, and more.
Now available in ACD/MS Workbook Suite format.
Applications include pathology, forensics, quality assurance, border control, research and development, commercial deformulation, food safety, food quality, and anywhere an unknown compound must be identified or a known compound must be confirmed.
Reliably detecting unknowns is limited without adequate spectral library coverage. With the addition of hundreds of thousands of compounds as well as combinatorial synthesis building blocks, the Wiley Registry provides labs with a powerful tool for detection of known unknowns as well as novel unknowns requiring fragmentation analysis.
1969 to 2011: Celebrating Over 40 Years of the Wiley Registry
Wiley Celebrates over 40 years of publishing the Wiley Registry with Dr. Fred McLafferty. The 9th edition of the Wiley Registry is the largest ever.
Compounds classified as Designer Drugs have been synthesized since the early 1980s. This is not a precise scientific term and should only be applied to those drugs that are synthesized from common chemicals and skillfully marketed under attractive, often exotic names. The last decade has seen a proliferation of such substances, such that keeping abreast of this huge number of new drugs is a difficult task for forensic chemists and toxicologists.
The Designer Drugs 2011 covers the entire range of designer drugs up to December 2010. Carefully compiled by the mass spectral experts at the Regional Departments of Criminal Investigation in Kiel, Hamburg, and Wiesbaden, Germany, this database includes:
The library is compiled from data taken from both legal and underground literature, providing the most comprehensive picture of these compounds.
The Wiley Registry® of Tandem Mass Spectral Data: MS for ID contains 10,000 positive and negative modes spectra of over 1200 compounds of interest for forensics, toxicology, and pathology. Areas covered include:
Each compound has been carefully measured by the Oberacher team at the Institute of Legal Medicine, Innsbruck Medical University, in a series of controlled conditions to enable accurate, reliable, and reproducible search results in a variety of settings.
The Wiley Registry of Tandem Mass Spectral Data: MS for ID comes bundled with one of the most accurate search algorithms developed for LC-MSMS and is also made available in formats compatible with current LC-MSMS software systems.
It is a reliable tool for the identification of small molecules. Specificity is usually above 95%; sensitivity exceeds 92%. The library shows very good transferability to a diverse variety of tandem mass spectrometric instruments. Possible fields of applications include forensics, metabolomics, pharmaceutical research, toxicology, and environmental analysis.
Fatty acids are important compounds in food analysis, since they are sample-specific. They can be used as markers or their profile can be used as a fingerprint (e.g., bacteria fatty acids) or to reveal fraud (e.g., seed oil added to olive oil). In GC, fatty acids are analyzed after derivatization to methyl esters (FAMEs). FAME is a library of 240 spectra and structures of fatty acid methyl esters, including their Linear Retention Index and calculated Kovats Retention Index.
The database contains linear retention index data, registered using an alkane mixture on an apolar column and using also a FAMEs and a FAEEs (fatty acid ethyl esters) mixture on a polar one. The addition of the retention index data enables more reliable compound matching and identification of unknowns.
While other methods, such as LC-MSMS can be used, when using such a highly selective method technicians can only detect what they are looking for, while when performing broader TIC screening using GC/MS, no information is lost. Applications include building FAMEs profiles of target bacteria (e.g., Pseudomonas aeruginosa).
This innovative MS library for natural and synthetic products (essential oils, perfumes, etc.) makes the identification of unknown compounds in complex mixtures easier, faster and more reliable.
The use of chromatographic information, such as Linear Retention Index (LRI), can be used to filter MS results, enabling the more reliable peak assignment of components in complex mixtures.
Mass spectra, relative to standard and well-known simple matrix components, were obtained and recorded through GC-MS separation/identification. Furthermore, traditional information relative to each component (CAS number, common name, CAS name, molecular weight, compound formula, chemical class) plus linear retention index values are entered.
Flavors and Fragrances of Natural and Synthetic Compounds, 2nd edition has been expanded by 64% and contains 3000 mass spectra, LRI retention data, calculated Kovats RI, and searchable chemical structures of compounds of interest for the flavors and fragrances industry.
Prepared by the Prof. Luigi Mondello under rigorous measurement conditions, the mass spectral library contains compounds central to flavor and fragrance research.
NIST/EPA/NIH 2011 is a trusted source of mass spectral data. Wiley's NIST 2011 contains the complete NIST software suite as well as the various NIST libraries in NIST and native manufacturer formats to enable access to advanced search, analysis, and reporting methods found in the original and legacy manufacturer software systems.
Wiley's NIST/EPA/NIH 2011 comes with 1) Wiley technical support, 2) NIST technical support, 3) the most formats available on one disc, and 4) easy, well-documented installation instructions.
NIST/EPA/NIH 2011 edition contains:
New features and functionality included in the NIST MS Software Suite:
Mass Spectra of Pesticides contains 925 pesticides and 33 saturated hydrocarbons (C7-40) spectra with retention indices.
All the spectra, registered with official CAS information, have been acquired from the injection of pure chemicals. Reported retention indices have been verified with data reported in the specific literature, and tested for repeatability.
The new 2011 version contains almost 9000 data sets, among which 1000 data sets have been revised or added. Over 3500 data sets are from metabolites.
*Also available as an upgrade.