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New Feature of CMC-assist 2.4

  • Flexible on-the-fly structure verification
  • Powered by CMC-assist
  • Seamless connection between instrument and analysis supporting:

    1. Solvent suppression
    2. 1D 13C spectroscopy
    3. 2D 1H-13C correlation spectroscopy
    4. Signal-to-Noise optimization

  • Optimized spectrometer use
  • No NMR expertise require

SmartDriveNMR Workflow

  1. The user describes and submits the acquisition job using IconNMR. The description can (but does not have to) include structural information (.mol file).
  2. A fast 1D proton spectrum is collected and analyzed.
  3. Depending on the analysis results concerning complexity of the problem and the signal strength, further experiments with optimal parameters might be requested.
  4. Follow-up experiments are scheduled and acquired in full automation if sufficient time is available. Reasoning triggering the acquisition is made available to the user. An automatic structure verification (ASV) at the end of the run is an integrated part of SmartDriveNMR but not mandatory.