Mnova ElViS – Electronic and Vibrational Spectroscopies

Designed to visualize, process, analyze and report various electronic and vibrational spectroscopic techniques

Carry out the analysis of various optical spectroscopy data including ultraviolet and visible (UV/Vis), near and mid infrared (NIR/MIR), Raman, fluorescence, and other spectroscopic methods operating in the whole region of wavelength from 100 nm to 100 µm.

ElViS – Electronic and Vibrational Spectroscopies


  • Spectroscopic processing and analysis of ultraviolet and visible (UV/Vis), near and mid infrared (NIR/MIR), Raman, fluorescence methods
  • Vendor and Operating System agnostic, supports most data file formats
  • Wide range of processing functions, including a dynamic processing template
  • Manual and automatic peak picking analysis
  • Data Analysis of stacked/arrayed spectra

Mnova ElViS is included in Mnova 14
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ElViS – Electronic and Vibrational Spectroscopies


Mnova ElViS supports most data file formats for these analytical techniques. Export Single and Multicolumn matrix-like spectra files (i.e. ASCII, as .txt or .csv). Import single and multispectral file formats:

  • SPC (Galactic)
  • OPUS (Bruker)
  • Single spectrum files SPA (Omnic)
  • Perkin Elmer blocked structured (*.sp)

This first version of the software allows manual and automatic peak picking as well as Data Analysis of stacked/arrayed spectra.

Main Processing Features:

  • Baseline correction, both automatic (AsLS) and/or tailored (Multipoint Baseline Correction)
  • Several Smoothing techniques such as Savitzky-Golay, Exponential, etc.
  • Normalization and Standard Normal Variate (SNV)
  • Derivatives
  • Units conversion Absorbance to/from Transmittance


Academic, Government & Industrial

Markets & Practical Applications


  • Pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries as well as QC environments
  • Suitable for individual users or research groups, whether in large academic institutions or industry
  • Ideal for teaching Optic spectroscopies in Academia


  • Spectroscopic analysis of various samples, from pure substances to complex mixtures
  • Analysis of spectral peaks and features, and their chemical interpretation.
  • Data preparation and preprocessing for advanced multivariate analysis (chemometrics)
  • Investigation and monitoring of chemical reactions and industrial processes
  • Building spectral data libraries
  • Professional reporting of experimental data (spectral metadata) and results