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Creating a stacked spectrum with Mnova 7.1.2 is very easy; just by dragging one spectrum from the ‘Page Navigator’ to another spectral window. In the example below we are dragging the first page into the second spectrum to generate a stack plot
It will be also possible to use this method to add a spectrum to an existing stack. In the example below we are adding the spectrum in the second page as the trace 19th of the stacked plot
According to IUPAC, using a suitable secondary reference compound is no longer recommended. The unified scale is now the preferred method of referencing all spectra.
We have added new monochrome palettes for the 2D plots
It will be possible to define palettes (depending on the experiments) for your superimposed 2D datasets
It is now possible to select the starting point for the automatic Phase Correction between ‘Imported’, ‘zero’ or ‘Current’ (By default Mnova will use the imported phase)
It will be possible to normalize on the sum of several integrals from the Integrals table
Manual phasing along f1 was not possible after baseline correction in a 2D
If the user does not have rights to write in the default directory for the Prediction Database; Mnova will display a dialog box to change that folder.
Now it will be very easy to install Mnova DB Server on your computer without needing to install MySQL, just double click on the installer and that´s all!
Database View after a search displays hits in order of scores
New options for “Mixture” and “Reverse” search for NMR peaks and multiplets
The peak and multiplet search dialogs have a tool button for changing the search mode. The default mode is “Reverse”, which penalize peaks which are in the query but not in the database spectrum.