Mnova NMR is multivendor, multiplatform software for visualization, processing, analysis, and reporting of 1D and 2D NMR data. It is designed to support the specific needs of analytical or organic chemists.
How to obtain
Licensing (MIT certificate required)
Mnova NMR is available through a partnership with the Chemistry Department, and is licensed for use by current MIT faculty, staff, and students.
MIT's purchased license covers the use of Mnova NMR, NMR Predictor, and MSChrom. The use of the advanced plugins qNMR, RM and Tablet have been included free of charge by Mestrelab.
- Licensing files download (includes the pre-installed MIT license server name)
Mestrelab download page
- Mnova NMR (part of the MestReNova download)
- Mnova NMR Predictor
- MSChrom (for LC and MS data processing)
Activation and use of MIT's license requires a MITnet connection or use of the MIT remote access VPN.
Instructions for installing Mnova NMR, qNMR, and RM are in the Knowledge Base.
Technical questions on how best to use the software can be directed to the Department of Chemistry Instrumentation Facility (DCIF).