Analyze IQ Spectra Manager | Products

By: Analyze Iq  05/12/2011
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Analyze IQ Spectra Manager is a spectral database package that allows users to easily manage a library of spectra. Features include:

  • Allows you to store CAS registry numbers and QA details.
  • Retrieve and list spectra by IUPAC and common names.
  • For mixtures, all the relevant data can be included, so that you can track mixtures that use the same materials by lot numbers.

The screenshot shows the Spectra Manager user interface, with spectra listings on the left and the Raman spectrum on the right.

The second screenshot shows the display panel for the sample information, in this case a mixture. When inputting the spectral data, one can incorporate a wide range of additional data (manufacturer, lot number, appearance, purity, IUPAC name, common name, etc.).

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