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Chemicals and Materials Science

Bring together all your analytical data to ensure product quality and safety.

Don’t Let Characterization and QC Become Roadblocks

To produce quality products, you characterize your materials to ensure their identity, purity, composition, and safety. Each sample may require several techniques—NIR, FIR, Raman, UV/vis, DSC, TGA, XRPD, NMR, MS, or chromatography—run by different analysts.

Getting all the data back together again takes too long and requires too much switching between software applications.

Whether you work in synthesis, analysis, or QC; whether you analyze polymer mixtures, fine chemicals or other materials; our software can help.

With our tools, you can bring all your data together. Our processing interface supports all major analytical techniques, so you no longer have to process Raman data in one place and MS in another. We also support all major instrument vendor formats.

Because the data and results can be databased directly from our processing interface, you can access and reprocess the raw data at any time. No more jumping back and forth between a static image and the raw data.

Our software includes all the analysis features you’re used to, including tools to extract components from complex mixtures and compare spectra.

Start streamlining your lab soon with a ready-to-use solution, or work with our professional services team to create a custom-built automation workflow.

When high-quality reference spectra or pure standards are hard to obtain, predictive tools can give you more confidence in your analyses. Pair our prediction algorithms with your experimental results to confirm compound identities and elucidate structures of new synthetic products. For example, predict the NMR spectra of your chemical structures and compare them to your experimental results—enabling fast identity confirmation.

Also, with ever-more stringent regulatory standards, your organization needs to provide evidence supporting product safety. With our toxicity predictors, you can evaluate compounds for a range of toxicity and carcinogenicity endpoints.

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