OpenChrom

OpenChrom is a vendor independent open source software for chromatography, spectrometry and spectroscopy.

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What OpenChrom can do for you

Data from different systems can be imported and analyzed. It runs under Windows, macOS and Linux. It started as a ChemStation alternative and therefore has a strong focus on chromatography and nominal mass spectrometry. Its main strength is to handle GC/MS and GC/FID measurements. Methods for peak detection, integration, identification, quantitation and reporting are supported. Using internal (ISTD) and external standards (ESTD) for quantitation purposes is supported as well. Additional filter help to optimize the measurements and classifier calculate key values of the chromatographic data and help to point out problems like shifted retention times or degraded columns. The modular design allows extending and recombining features for different purposes.

The base version is free for everyone. Commercial support is available as well as paid extensions that improve the workflow or add additional features. Students who register with a university mail can apply for discounts.

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Matthias Mailänder

Related software

Chemistry Development Kit

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Open Source cheminformatics library.

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