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Simple, assisted NMR quantitation – however you prefer. Concentration or purity determination for everything from the specialist to automatic operation.

qNMR is a central method, and Mnova makes the data analysis optimal and automated. Here we see how qNMR can analyse (quite) pure, single compounds to determine the concentration or purity.
  • Automatic detection of all peaks that should be excluded from the analysis: residual protic solvent, water, impurities
  • Works on the basis of identified multiplets for a compound, and the number of Hs for each
  • Customize the reporting for verbosity, and whether or not it is written to a file, for example
  • Assisted when preceded by Auto Assignments or Verify to detect labile proton signals
  • Save and reuse optimized analysis parameters
  • Validated against a dataset that was analysed by hand, by an expert.
  • Check and even override automatic analysis results, or run fully automatically
  • For purity, input data for your own certified reference standard compounds
  • Define a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) that can be used by others
  • Easily manage replicate samples

Free for academic customers

Mnova qNMR is now free for academic customers who own an updated Mnova NMR license. Get in touch with our sales team to get your license.

Features

Configure the concentration determination method

Configure the concentration determination method to use a “concentration conversion factor” (CCF), an artificial signal, or the residual solvent signal. If necessary, automatically compensate for changes in the receiver gain or number of scans.

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Use by less-skilled analysts is assisted by standardized operations and smart analysis

By saving a procedure that includes the multiplets to be analysed, easily work with repetitions, or create a SOP for others to always use. The automatic multiplet selection can make the analysis so simple that the hardest task is entering relevant sample-to-sample specific details!

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Optimised multiplet selection

Optimised multiplet selection based on parameters you can specify, such as prioritization of aromatic multiplets to be used for quantitation.

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