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eMolecules and Wiley Announce ChemGate Spectroscopy Search Engine
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eMolecules and Wiley Announce ChemGate Spectroscopy Search Engine

eMolecules and Wiley Announce ChemGate Spectroscopy Search Engine
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eMolecules and Wiley Announce ChemGate Spectroscopy Search Engine


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EMolecules, Inc. and Wiley-VCH have announced the release of ChemGate.

According to eMolecules, the search engine containing high quality NMR, IR and MS spectra allows chemists to search by chemical structure and access spectra for a given structure by a single click. This makes complex identification of chemicals and structure elucidation of materials easy.

Most of the NMR spectra are assigned by master spectroscopists and have literature references. Prof. Wolfgang Robien, the renowned CNMR expert at the University of Vienna, reviews the spectral data to ensure its high quality.

“EMolecules is proud to put this valuable information at the fingertips of every chemist worldwide” said Klaus Gubernator, CEO of eMolecules. ”The Wiley collection of spectra is of outstanding quality and covers a wide area of chemistry. Combined with our chemical search engine, ChemGate enables chemists to rapidly retrieve and analyze spectra essential to their research.”

Reinhard Neudert, Director of new Business Development at Wiley-VCH adds, “Wiley is eager to serve a larger community of chemists with our spectroscopic content. We have chosen the eMolecules search engine for its unparalleled performance and ease of use. We are pleased to be partners in this groundbreaking scientific venture.”

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