- LiteratureApplication Notes Adsorbent Resins Guide Mass Spec Tips SDS Sheets FAQ MS Calibration Compound Spectra Manuals MS Links/Labs/ Organizations MS Online Tools Flyers on Products/Services Scientific Supplies Catalog About Us NextAdvance Bullet Blender® Homogenizer Protocols Micro-Mesh® Literature Instrumentation Literature Agilent GC/MS Literature SIS News / E-Mail Newsletter NIST MS Database - Update Notifications
- SIS News / E-Mail NewsletterAugust 2017: NIST 17 Release 2017 May 2017: SIS at ASMS 2017 May 2017: NIST 17 September 2016: New Website Launch August 2016: IMSC 2016 August 2016: New Ion Transfer Tubes May 2016: ASMS 2016 May 2016: Agilent Dry Pump May 2016: Wiley Registry 11th February 2016: PITTCON 2016 February 2016: GC columns December 2015: GC Columns Special September 2015: SIS at AVS 2015 July 2015: Ion Transfer Tubes May 2015: SIS at ASMS 2015, thermal desorption poster barley, manufacturing Feb 2015: SIS at Pittcon 2015, TD, homogenizer Jan 2015: Save big on vacuum & MS products in 2015 Dec 2014: Gifts for your lab Nov 2014: NIST 14 and Wiley 10 mass spectral libraries Jun 2013: Thermal desorption on beer, ion transfer tubes & capillaries Apr 2013: Service kits for Waters MS Mar 2013: Bullet Blender® homogenizer, DigiVac vacuum gauge May 2012: Long Life Yttria Coated Filament Repairs Apr 2012: SIS rotary vane vacuum pump and filters Mar 2012: Imtakt HPLC columns, New Era syringe pump May 2011: NIST, SIMION, MS replacement parts Oct 2009: Lymtech sterile wipes, Ametek/Dycor leak detector filaments Sep 2009: Source heater/sensor for Agilent 5973/75, oil mist elements Older newsletters 1993-2009... Older What's New 1995-2001...
- May 2016: Wiley Registry 11th (This Page)
Introducing the Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 11th edition
- World's largest library of electron ionization (EI) mass spectra — Over 775,500 mass spectra for 599,700 unique compounds. It enables you to identify global unknown compounds from EI mass spectra, with the highest likelihood given its unparalleled size and breadth.
- Most spectra are accompanied by searchable chemical structure, trivial name, molecular formula, molecular weight, nominal mass and base peak.
- Applications include untargeted GC/MS screening of EI spectra, accurate mass workflows with MS-TOF spectra, and identification with other search constraints.
- Developed over 40 years by Wiley and Dr. Fred McLafferty Spectra are sourced from leading laboratories throughout the world.
- Uses the same search software as the NIST 14 spectral library and compatible with most MS data systems.
Improvements to the Wiley Registry 11th
- Increased spectra — 56,500 and 113,500 more spectra than the 10th and 9th editions, respectively.
- Improved quality — An extensive review of the library included removal and sequestration of suspect spectra from the main library and partition of excess replicate spectra (beyond 4 replicates) into a separate replicate library. The result is a main library that has increased overall breadth and improved spectral search.