MS and NMR - the Perfect Couple?
Are two technologies better than one in natural product chemistry?
Ricardo M. Borges | | Opinion
From the search for new drugs to a better understanding of biological systems, the use of analytical tools for qualitative and quantitative characterization of samples is essential. Until very recently, groups that focus their efforts in such procedures used mass spectrometry (MS) or nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) as separate tools. There has been much debate as to whether MS or NMR is most successful for sample characterization; undoubtedly, both have advantages and limitations.
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