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Most of us who’ve worked in chemistry know about logP. The partition coefficient makes it into Lipinski’s rule of five and most post-secondary educations. But when it comes to logP, we mean one exact chemical structure. If a compound ionizes, it’s not the same structure. And since most compounds investigated in pharmaceutical and pharmacological research contain ionizable sites, it’s not logP we should be concerned about, but logD.

ACD/Labs is launching a new podcast! The Analytical Wavelength will cover industry trends and topics for scientists working with analytical data. Read on for more insights about data and the mass spectrometrist, and a link to listen to Episode 1.

In the absence of in person events we are finding opportunities to meet virtually, such as our first Virtual NMR Software Symposium held just a few weeks ago. I really enjoyed meeting with fellow NMR specialists and wanted to share some of the key concepts and takeaways from the presentations given.

Customer Success is meant to be a proactive effort and look to the future of what you can accomplish together with your clients. At ACD/Labs, our Customer Success Program supports our belief that the real measure of client satisfaction is in the longevity of the relationship, and a customer’s willingness to advocate for and continue future business with the company.

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