Tailoring Software for Performance
May 17 2012 Read 819 Times
Advanced Chemistry Development Inc announced the impending release of the initial lineup of ACD/Spectrus Workbooks, the next element of the integrated analytical and chemical knowledge management platform. Workbooks encapsulate the scientific insight gained from two decades of experience developing software for analytical chemists, the integrative flexibility demanded by modern informatics architecture, and the continued commitment to extract and retain the chemical context of analytical data. A portfolio of technique-specific software for spectroscopists, spectrometrists, and separations scientists, Spectrus Workbooks provide advanced data processing and interpretation conveniently to the scientist’s desktop. Continuing collaborations with major instrument vendors enable the support of most instrument vendor file formats across analytical techniques.
During last year ACD/Spectrus developed software for Leco Corporations high resolution TOFMS (HRT) Instrumentation. This provided acquisition speeds of up to 200 pectra/second, mass resolution up to 1000,000 FWHM and mass accuracy less than 1ppm. Available in LC and GC configurations, the HRT systems feature Leco’s ChromaTOF software for seamless data handling.
This HRT technology was recognised earlier in 2011 with the Pittcon Editor’s Gold Award. “While some systems on the market offer their users a choice between acquisition speed, mass accuracy or resolution, Leco’s HRT systems offer all three with no compromise,” Jeffrey S. Patrick, PhD, of Leco’s Life Science and Chemical Analysis Centre recently commented.
The new line-up of ACD/Spectrus’ individual Workbooks will be released throughout 2012.
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