Designed for NMR end-users, CMC-assist efficiently extracts information from complex NMR data, conducts consistency and concentration assessments and generates detailed reports for direct transfer to publications, patents and lab journals.
The main application of CMC-assist is synthesis control of small organic molecules.
CMC-assist not only excels as an off-line analysis interface but its automated NMR interpretation power can also be used to generate results directly at any Bruker NMR instrument equipped with the latest control software, making it the most efficient and streamlined NMR workflow on the market.
For teaching purposes, CMC-assist is also available as a Classroom edition, which includes all the chemistry centered NMR features of CMC-assist, except the automatic spectra assignment. In addition, extensive supporting materials and training data sets is available.
The Classroom edition is available only for academia, since March 1st 2019 is the CMC-se Classroom license integral part of Topspin for academia.
Different reports can be generated at the click of a button.
CMC-assist enables all 1D and 2D NMR processing steps such as fourier transformation or phase- and baseline correction. These steps can be performed automatically or manually.
Automatic Spectra Interpretation
CMC-assist features the most innovative, high performance system for automatic spectra interpretation including automatic structure verification (ASV), concentration determination, spectrum assignment as well as integral and multiplet interpretation.
Manual Analysis Refinement
The intuitive graphical user interface enables quick manual refinement of automated analytical results.
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