Interpreting the pattern of lines on a mass spectrum may feel overwhelming at first glance. However, with a little background knowledge of the theory behind mass spectrometry techniques, you can begin to recognize what to look for in your mass spectrum and obtain the information you need. Read more about how ACD/Labs analytical data processing tools can help.
While pharmaceutical stress testing is challenging, it is necessary for protecting patient health and meeting regulatory requirements. Thorough stress testing paired with strategic data management is the best way to maintain quality pharmaceuticals. In this blog, Jesse Harris discusses the use of Luminata to simplify pharmaceutical stress testing.
Is there anything that analytical chemists hate more than false positives and false negatives? While it is impossible to eliminate error completely, it is possible to control it. Understanding the relationship between false positives and negatives allows us to optimize our experimental design. We discuss more in this blog post.
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1H NMR is the go-to technique to help identify or confirm the structure of organic compounds or those that contain protons. A solution-state proton spectrum is relatively fast to acquire, compared with other nuclei, and a lot of information about the structure of a compound can be deduced from it. With centuries of combined experience in NMR data interpretation, we thought we’d share the basics to help those just starting out with analyzing solution-phase 1H NMR spectra.