Mass Spectrometry Software

AnalyzerPro® XD

AnalyzerPro XD is the latest version of our productivity software application, now available with support for two dimensional chromatography and Direct MS.

Two-dimensional chromatography is a powerful analy­tical tool that has evolved from technology used mainly in the R&D laboratory to a robust commercially available soluti­on. The technology continues to evolve to address challenges in the analysis of complex samples.

Direct MS, such as DART, MALDI or LC-MS loop injections can be a fast screening MS method. We have developed specific processing modules within AnalyzerPro XD for qualitative and quantitative processing and visualisation of Direct MS data.

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AnalyzerPro is a productivity software application for LC-MS and GC-MS data with support for multiple vendors’ data. This comprehensive post-acquisition utility provides optimized workflows for sample-to-sample comparison, target component analysis, quantitation and library searching for data generated from any LC-MS and GC-MS platform.

Using its proprietary algorithms to detect obscured components that existing software packages are unable to find without additional information, AnalyzerPro is the perfect tool to mine your mass spectrometry data.

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RemoteAnalyzer is the only open access software solution for today’s fast-paced laboratory. It is designed to operate and optimize the management of multiple locations, multiple types of analyses, multiple scientists of the entire skill set range as well as multiple instrument types from a variety of different vendors.

NIST 2023 MS and MS/MS Libraries

The NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library with Search Program is the standard MS spectra reference database. This library is available with version 3.0 of the full-featured NIST MS Search Program for Windows, and includes the Tandem (MS/MS) Library and the GC Method / Retention Index Library.


Kendrick Mass Defect (KMD) analysis is a method proposed by Edward Kendrick in 1963 [1] that is still used today in the petrochemical field. In mass spectrometry, an accurate mass obtained by a high resolution mass spectrometer uses a unit system with its mass of 12C being 12.0000 u, while Kendrick mass (KM) uses a unit system of CH2 = 14.00000. It is possible to classify the mass spectrum peaks of an extremely complex mixture mainly consisting of hydrocarbons, such as crude oil, according to the degree of unsaturation of the hydrocarbons and the presence or absence of heteroatoms

Bespoke Solutions

Many organizations have specific requirements that cannot be addressed effectively by off the shelf software products. In these situations our bespoke software solutions can enable the provision of an exact fit. Our bespoke solutions are highly optimized solutions to address your specific requirements.

Based on your business objectives and project requirements, SpectralWorks can assist in all stages of development to create a solution for you. We have a combined total of over 40 years experience in mass spectrometry and are competent at assisting in hardware projects too.

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