A fully-featured NMR spectra analysis tool for scientists and students
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, also known as NMR spectroscopy, is a complex research technique that analyses the magnetic properties of various atomic nuclei. With the help of NMR spectroscopy, you can determine the physical and chemical properties of atoms or the molecules in which they are enclosed.
NMR spectroscopy uses the phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance in order to deliver detailed information about the dynamics, structure, reaction state, as well as the chemical environment of the molecules.
Perform in-depth analysis of your data and easily export your results
Chemists and biochemists can use iNMR to analyze such data and determine the properties of organic molecules. It is important to mention that iNMR works directly with your original files and that comes with support for a wide variety of file formats that you can find on iNMR’s help page.
Moreover, the built-in note editor makes it easy for you to write, draw and add formulas while the quantum-chemistry simulator helps you emulate static and dynamic spectra. In addition, iNMR is capable to simulate 2-D multiplets and extract the coupling constants with high accuracy.
Process 3D, 2D and 1D spectra
On top of that, iNMR features a metabolomic toolbox that you can use to improve your productivity and a searchable spectroscopic database that is automatically updated. The powerful functions provided by iNMR can be used to manipulate arrays of spectra and use them different fields of application such as kinetic, difference spectroscopy, variable temperature, titration, metabonomics and metabolomics studies.
Furthermore, iNMR offers you the option to perform Reference Deconvolution, process 3D spectra, directly phase a 2D matrix, simulate and fit 1D spectra, and perform a least squares fit both automatically and manually.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on November 11th, 2014
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- The Preferences dialog is more informative.
- Adapted for Helvetica Neue.
- “Subtract D.C.” becomes “Balanced” and is ON by default (but for 1-H and n-D).
Application descriptioniNMR is an easy to use application that will prove useful when working with all kinds of NMR spectra which have been g...