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Ever since chemists meddled (successfully) into NMR, with the pioneer work made by Proctor and Yu [1] more than 67 years ago, it was implicitly used as a quantitative technique. Indeed, from the very early days of NMR, it was found that the intensity (or area)...
Mnova 12contains some nice little gems that may be specially appreciated by organic chemists. For example, this new version features an improved molecular editor which includes a new tool for the generation of IUPAC names from a molecular structure.Is it really...
In my last post I outlined the major User Interface change in Mnova 12. There are also another bunch of new little features aimed at making user experience even more agile and intuitive. In this post, Im going to show a couple of them.New spectral navigation...

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Im sure that many of you are aware of the infamous controversy over the total synthesis of Hexacyclinol . There are a plethora of arguments, from the purely synthetic chemical point of view to the spectroscopist perspective, which both put in doubt the veracity...
Instrument time is precious and a plethora of different fast NMR experiments are continuously being proposed in order to reduce the time required to record an NMR spectrum. Actually, money is not the only reason, there are many other factors which motivate...
Ever since chemists meddled (successfully) into NMR, with the pioneer work made by Proctor and Yu [1] more than 67 years ago, it was implicitly used as a quantitative technique. Indeed, from the very early days of NMR, it was found that the intensity (or area)...

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I am talking an a few minutes to a group of chemists, other scientists, computational scientists, informatics specialist, IR managers, etc. in ZCAM (computational chemistry) in Zaragoza. This is a very exciting project and we hope to not only talk, but actually...
In MRI, field gradients are used routinely for slice selection while imaging a sample. Gradients are also finding applications in high resolution NMR spectroscopy employing fast data collection techniques using parallel data acquisition for multiple slices...