The latest in Automatic Structure Verification (ASV)

Stan Sykora (Extra Byte) on behalf of the Mestrelab development team

Delivered at the
Mestrelab User Meeting prior to 54th ENC, April 13, 2013, Asilomar, California (USA).

DOWNLOAD talk slides: PDF (1693 kB) Other Stan's Talks and Posters | Stan's Library | Stan's HUB


A review of one year's progress in the ongoing task of developing ever better automatic structure verification (ASV) and related software techniques available in the Mestrelab Mnova software package. The ASV algorithm uses nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra such as 1H and 13C 1D-spectra and HSQC 2D-spectra (in any combination) to verify their compatibility (congruence) with any proposed molecular structure.

The development is a pluri-annual effort involving a team of programmers, chemists, and physicist.

Please, cite this online document as:
Mestrelab Research,
   The latest in Automatic Structure Verification (ASV),
   Talk at Metrelab User Meeting, Asilomar, April 13, 2013, DOI: 10.3247/SL4Nmr13.003.


Your comments are welcome and will appear here


Stan Sykora's Publications, Posters and Courses & Talks Stan's Library | Stan's HUB
Copyright ©2013 Mestrelab, Sýkora S.,   DOI: 10.3247/SL4Nmr13.003 Page design by Stan Sýkora