Installation and subscriptions

Q: Can I get an annual subscription or perpetual licenses?

You can only purchase an annual license for either of the Wiley’s libraries. You just need to fill in the form here and we will send you a quote

Q: Can I do a free trial?

Unfortunately not, what you can always do is a free trial of Mnova and Mnova DB for 45 days. If you are happy with the performance and functionality, then you have to purchase Wiley’s libraries package directly from our sales department.

Q: Do I need Mnova DB? what are the requirements?

Yes, you will need to have a license of Mnova NMR and also Mnova DB in order to purchase Wiley’s NMR libraries

Q: How can I install these libraries?

Once you fill in the form we will send a quote. If you decide to purchase any of the libraries, our sales department will contact you with the required installation instructions.

Q: How much do these libraries cost?

Once you fill in the form we will send you a quote for your particular scenario.

Q: Are the installers compatible with any Operating System

Yes, they are compatible with Windows, Mac and Lynux. You would be sent the required installer once you purchase the license

Q: Do I need lots of data space to download these libraries? I assume they are heavy files, how long does it take to download them?

The 1H and 13C installers occupy approximately 17GB and 23GB respectively. The download estimation time is several hours, but it will obviously depend on your connection speed. If you prefer we can send you the installers in an SD card or USB stick.

1H and 13C library’s contents

Q: Since the trial option is not available, what do I get with these libraries?

With these libraries you obtain 268,000 highest-quality NMR spectral reference data for 13C and the largest collection of high-quality full-scan 1H NMR spectral reference, containing 157,000 full-scan high resolution spectra.

Further questions about the 13C NMR library

Q: Where do the structures/spectrum come from?

About 95% are from public domain chemical literature, a few thousand are from ‘private communications’

Q: Which type of structures are featured?

Synthetic products, natural products, salt/metal complexes are also included

Q: Are most of the products natural or are there synthetic ones too?

Both are covered, the most prominent journals are used covering both synthetic and natural products field

Q: What’s the range of molecular size?

  • Starting at C1 – ending at C99 (any other element allowed)
  • Mostly elements allowed up to ‘X 63’ – rare elements up to ‘X 15’
  • Mol weight: up to approx. 2,000

Q:Which journals for which years were covered?

At the moment data from approx. 550 journals are included. Examples of the most prominent ones are:

  • JACS
  • J Nat Prod
  • J Org Chem
  • Chem Pharm Bull
  • Phytochemistry
  • Eur J Org Chem
  • Fitoterapia
  • Perkin 1 + 2
  • J Med Chem
  • Austr J Chem
  • Can J Chem

Last modified: February 17, 2017 by Enrique Sánchez