Wiley Online Library Spectroscopy
The NMR data libraries on Wiley Online Library are among the most comprehensive available anywhere in the world. These are augmented by NMR spectral prediction - not only for C-NMR and H-NMR, but, by using machine learning, it is also available for X-NMR where an atomic center is represented by a spectral library.
- Wiley 1H NMR Organic Compounds Volume 1
- Wiley 1H NMR Organic Compounds Volume 2 (91,454 spectra)
- Wiley 13C NMR Organics Volume 1 (185,537 spectra)
- Wiley 13C NMR Organics Volume 2 (147,976 spectra)
- Wiley 13C NMR Flavors and Fragrances
- Wiley 13C NMR Natural Products
- Wiley 19F NMR
- Wiley 31P NMR
- Wiley 29Si NMR
The essential MS collection contains approximately 90,000 high resolution mass spectra. Characteristics of these data include broad chemical diversity, high physiological activity, and many of the most common drugs and pollutants.
The Wiley FT-IR collection contains the complete Hummel Polymer and Hummel Surfactants collections - these collections are larger than those offered by manufacturers such as Thermo Nicolet.
- Wiley Industrial Chemicals
- Wiley Near Infrared
- Wiley IR Hummel Industrial Polymers Volume 1, 2, and 3
Wiley Registry® of Mass Spectral Data
The world's largest library of mass spectral data is now available to the entire institution. Containing over three times more spectra than the nearest mass spectral data collection, the Wiley Registry is the largest and most trusted name in mass spectrometry. With over 670,000 mass spectra, compound coverage is comprehensive, ranging from common compounds to exotic drugs and human metabolites.
Overseen for over 40 years by Dr. Fred McLafferty, the Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data is used by governments, national labs, academic labs, and industry to determine the identity of known unknowns. The Wiley Registry is an essential resource for any analytical laboratory where compound identification is required.
NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library
For the first time, the NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library, from the NIST Standard Reference Data Program, is available online. The library is carefully evaluated by the NIST SRD team, headed by Dr. Stephen Stein. Containing over 240,000 spectra, the NIST is the most popular mass spectral library ever published.
Wiley Online Library's Spectroscopy Solution
Wiley Online Library's spectroscopy interface provides seamless desktop access to the largest collections in mass spectrometry (MS), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), and Infrared and near Infrared spectroscopy. The interface enables users to draw structures, import structures and spectra, and generate PDF reports. As a 100% Java application, it requires no software installation or maintenance and will run on any Internet-connected device running Java, including Microsoft Windows PCs, Apple Macintosh, Linux machines, as well as certain thin clients.
Nothing to install - 100% Java compliant
No Passwords Needed - IP authentication means no passwords to manage
Roaming Allowed - Registered roaming users can access it from home or on the road.
Comprehensive - the largest searchable collection of spectral data in the world.
Adaptable Interface - users can "float" the Java application or individual sections out of their browser and onto their desktop! Users can resize individual sections of the interface to suit their preferences.
Figure 1. Individual Sections of Spectroscopy Application Floated Onto Desktop
Figure 2. Spectroscopy Application's Standard In-Browser Presentation
Figure 3. Full Application "Floating" On Desktop
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