The Wiley Registry/NIST Mass Spectral Library 2023 is the most comprehensive combined mass spectral library commercially available, with over 3 million spectra (includes EI and tandem MS data) making it the clear choice for general unknown compound identification. Broad, up-to-date compound coverage ensures identification across multiple use cases and a wide variety of analytes.
Here are just some of the reasons why the 2023 release of the Wiley Registry/NIST library is a critical resource for any lab engaged in MS analysis:
Broad range of compounds for targeted and non-targeted analyses—increase both the speed and likelihood of identification with a comprehensive dataset.
Expanded coverage of world patents, including USA, China, Japan, and Europe in the 2023 release to ensure your lab remains current.
Spectral records contain additional information that’s searchable such as physical properties, structures, and DOIs when available to help narrow your results even further.
Data is carefully curated and reviewed by Wiley’s internal and external experts to ensure it meets quality standards for results you can rely on.
Spectra are segmented into separate libraries including excess replicate spectra that enable robust searching across varied laboratory settings.
Available in the most common instrument manufacturer formats to take the guesswork out of compatibility.
Includes the NIST 2023 Software (MS Search, AMDIS, MS Interpreter) to keep your lab up to date with the latest analytical tools.
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