The Mnova NMR plugin offers the shortest way from an FID to a fully processed spectrum ready to be analyzed, and it is ideal both for the non-expert NMR user looking for an easy to learn software which delivers quick, high quality results with minimum effort, and for the expert user looking for extensive advanced processing functionality.
Just drag and drop your 1D and 2D data from any NMR vendor and get your spectrum auto-processed on-the-fly and ready for analysis. Excellent results with minimum effort.
For those who would like to optimize the spectral processing interactively, our real time frequency domain processing allows users to make changes to time domain functions and see the result in real time on the frequency domain, thus achieving better results faster. Although the software will process spectra without user intervention to the standard needed by 95% of users, In Mnova NMR you will find a wealth of advanced processing features for those who have more advanced processing needs. You can use a wealth of apodization alternatives, different approaches to zero filling and linear prediction (both forward and backward), a range of phase and baseline correction algorithms, covariance, symmetrization, diagonalization, binning, normalization, noise reduction and smoothing algorithms, etc.
The automated spectral analysis algorithmia in Mnova NMR performs analysis in the way a chemist would, with the aim of automatically classifying every peak, according to fuzzy logic analysis of different descriptors, into categories ranging from peak compound, impurities, 13C satellites, solvent, etc.
Automatic Spectral Analysis has never been this powerful. Our automatic analysis performs a Global Deconvolution (GSD) of the full spectrum (including a resolution enhancement step) to separate all available signals. The software then characterizes and labels each individual peak within a specific category (compound, impurity, 13C satellite, solvent, etc.) and, once this step has been completed, analyzes the compound signals, grouping them into relevant multiplets and integrating them, labeling peaks, etc. A fully automatic process will take you to the point where you would like to get when analyzing your spectra and, just in case you wanted to optimize the analysis, you have full interactive control in every step.
The Mnova NMR GUI allows users to interact with multiple 1D and 2D NMR spectra quickly and simply, with different visualization, handling and analysis modes.
There are many reasons why a chemist may want to work with several spectra at the same time, and Mnova NMR makes this process extremely easy. Whether you are working up a set of 1D and 2D NMR spectra for a given sample, or whether you want to compare several 1Ds (maybe experimental or predicted, or 1Ds acquired at different concentrations or in different samples, etc.) or several 2Ds (for structure determination by comparing HSQC and HMBC, for example), Mnova NMR offers you the possibility to visualize multiple spectra in the same document and analyze them together.
First of all, for convenience and with one single click, Mnova allows you to bring a series of spectra together and visualize them in different ways (stacked, superimposed, etc.)
In addition, you can apply functionality to all these spectra for analysis, for example, to monitor the evolution of spectral features throughout time, temperature, pH, etc.
And the superimposition and stacking functionality does not only apply to experimental spectra but, should you also have a license for the NMRPredict Desktop NMR prediction plugin, you can also use it to easily compare experimental with predicted spectra, to validate your structure hypothesis.
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Of course, you can use Mnova NMR on either Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
Mnova NMR is the basis of much of the advanced functionality offered by the advanced plugins available within Mnova. Most of our advanced plugins rely on data opening and the analysis capabilities afforded by Mnova NMR to deliver their results. For example: