Do you keep multiple disconnected collections of data in your lab? Are they separated by the file format or instrument they were collected on? Every time you look up an old experiment, you need to remember where it was run or search in several places.
Instead, organize your work in one interface and database. Streamline your analysis workflows with a unified set of processing tools, and make all your data searchable from one place—so you can always find past experiments, no matter what instrument you collected them on.
It’s not always easy to connect chemical information to chromatographic information. Which structures are associated with each peak? What are their physicochemical properties? What other analytical data have we collected about them?
With ACD/Labs’ chromatographic tools, you can connect chemical context to chromatographic data:
- Assign structures to chromatographic peaks
- Predict analyte physicochemical properties to guide method development
- Include data from other techniques, such as NMR or UV/Vis
Quality by Design (QbD) principles help justify your method development to regulators. Even in non-regulated settings, QbD helps scientists find the best conditions in the most rational way. But efficiently implementing these techniques requires rethinking your method development approach and tools.
With optimization and simulation software, you get all the tools you need for QbD-based method development. Understand your design space in 1, 2, or 3D. Combine simulation with databasing and decision notes to maintain data integrity as well.
When data is scattered across multiple places, teams waste time on repeated work. One group might develop a method for one purpose, and later, a second-team needs a similar separation… and starts over from the beginning.
Instead, create a centralized knowledge base that brings together information from all corners of your organization. Never repeat work unnecessarily when all prior results are available with a simple search. With automation, your data can even be uploaded automatically to central storage, saving scientists file-handling time.
“We at Dow have used this tool extensively for small molecule separation and developed many methods for both in-process samples and final product.”
“Try ACD/Method Selection Suite—it saved me a lot of time and significantly reduced consumption of materials while deepening my method development knowledge. You’ll love it!”
“Reliability, robustness, and lifetimes of methods have improved, and at the same time we have reduced the loss of interpretation information and expensive retesting of samples…the QbD approach to method development aided by ACD/AutoChrom provides return on investment within a short time.”
“We had spent several months developing a method without successfully resolving a critical pair of peaks. Using the software we managed to generate a method that resolved those peaks in less than 48 hours.”