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hello...
I am looking for MS library for fragrance any suggestions.?
Note: I have nist , FFNSC2
Andrew Fahim wrote:
hello...
I am looking for MS library for fragrance any suggestions.?
Note: I have nist , FFNSC2



Hello send me a Email.

henry.lozano@correounivalle.edu.co
Robert Adams has published an EI mass spectral library containing spectra of 2,205 compounds. This library originally did not have structures in an electronic format.

It now does. It is available for use with the NIST MS Search Program from Diablo Analytical in Antioch, CA 94531. Diablo has a free PDF of all the spectra with structure drawings.

There are compounds in this library that are not in the NIST 17 Library nor FFNSC3 (Later edition that the one you have

Regards
David Sparkman
Regards;
David

O. David Sparkman
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