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IR spectrum interpretation requires a lot of expertise and knowledge about characteristic frequencies of functional groups, expected band intensities, and structure correlations. Even for experienced analysts, spectrum interpretation can be a time-consuming job under many conditions.
irAnalyze assists you by knowing more than 400 functional groups and approximately 1000 characteristic IR vibrations and their related frequencies. It provides high quality functional group assignments in a short time applying automatic or interactive analysis modes.
But there's more! The electronic dictionary provides a unique overview over all potential functional groups related to a particular band in your spectrum. Stop wasting time looking up frequencies in printed catalogs.
The Raman technique has become more and more popular in recent days. It is a quick and clean method to obtain structural and compound information in a short amount of time. Sample preparation is much easier than for IR, and instrument prices are decreasing more and more. Especially in aqueous solutions, Raman is the only reliable method.
RAMalyze is the ideal enhancement to your Raman spectrometer. Spectrum interpretation requires a lot of expertise with characteristic frequencies of functional groups, expected band intensities and structure correlations. Even for an experienced analyst, spectrum interpretation can be a time consuming job.
RAMalyze assists you by knowing more than 400 functional groups and approximately 1000 characteristic band frequencies. It provides high quality functional group assignments in a short amount of time by applying automatic or interactive analysis modes.
IR and RAMAN spectrum interpretation uses a set of more than 400 functional groups, encoded in the electronic functional group dictionaries. These functional group definitions can be easily managed, edited, or updated with the rule designer.
You may enter new functional groups and their characteristic frequencies, or change existing definitions. This might be required whenever you need to adapt the interpretation to your particular field of research or analysis.
You may also use the interpretation in a completely different manner for qualitative product identification. In this case, characteristic frequencies are assigned to a substance or compound instead.
The interpretation rule designer manages the functional group definitions. Characteristic IR or RAMAN frequencies of functional groups are managed and organized in chemical substance classes. Administration of rules and corresponding structural fragments is also performed here.
Advanced users or even researchers may adapt particular frequencies/ranges to meet their own research conditions. The rule designer helps experts to create new or modify existing frequencies, functional groups, and chemical classes. For convenience, the rule designer also provides text search, copy & paste, and drag & drop functionalities.