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This is a continuation of a series of posts that began here. In the previous post of this series, I discussed how chemists can extract multiplet reports in journal format on the fly using the same procedure to re-cut integrals in the spectrum. Well in addition to having this nice reporting tool, the software can...

This is a continuation of a series of posts that began here. In my last post, I promised to address how, by simply spending 2 minutes re-cutting their integrals, a chemist can extract much more valuable information from their spectra. The #1 thing in our NMR software that blows chemists away is the production of...

This is a continuation of a series of posts that began here. Here's a short and sweet one. In my last post, I talked about how having immediate access to the processed data is something that most chemists like. From there, for a lot of chemists the workflow is very simple. Let's just get the...

This is a continuation of a series of posts that began here. I learned an interesting lesson a few years ago when I was presenting our software on-site to a group of chemists. I began the demonstration by opening up an FID. The response from most of the room was a mix of confusion as...

This is the continuation of a series of posts that began here. Have you ever worked in an environment where there was a walk-up NMR lab? If yes, were you fortunate enough to have software in your office or lab where you could view, process, and print out your own plots at your convenience? If...

This post will mark the beginning of a series of several posts. Please note that for this particular series I am talking mostly about medicinal or synthetic chemists who acquire their own NMR data in an open access environment. Many chemists in the industry use our software, and when we were doing market research and...

One of the really nice things that has been available in our software for many years has been the ability to characterize multiplet patterns and coupling constants and to quickly generate a multiplet report like this one: 1H NMR (400 MHz, DMSO-d6)  ppm 0.96 (t, J=7.30 Hz, 3 H) 1.27 (t, J=7.18 Hz, 6...

As I mentioned in my last post, with the release of Version 12 out of the door, there are many new and exciting things to explore in our latest release outside of the NMR Workbook. For me, one of the things that I continue to be amazed about are how much the little things matter...

I’ve been away for the better part of the last few months, haven’t been able to spend anytime blogging, and I apologize for those of you who have subscribed to the blog and anticipate hearing from me on a regular basis.  During my travels I have had a lot of discussions about ACD/1D NMR Assistant...

As I am closely approaching my one year anniversary of this blog (how time flies!), Arvin’s post entitled, "How Do I Know if my Unknown Contains a Fluorine Atom",  reminded me an X-nuclei related post from almost a year ago. In that post I highlighted a best practice document written by Gary Martin for acquiring...