Chemical Structure Confirmation

Confirmation of chemical structures of:

  • Natural products from different sources.
  • Synthetic organic compounds.

If you have a provisional structure that requires confirmation, we can confirm your structure for you. If you don’t have a provisional structure and need help throughout all the steps of identification, we can offer this service.

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1567Natural Compound
374Synthetic Compound

Our chemical structure confirmation services

We’re the only existing group of experienced chemistry professionals who offer a chemical structure confirmation service.

For us to deliver this service, clients must provide high-resolution mass spectral data, elemental analysis or the molecular formula of a compound. All NMR spectroscopic data – 1H NMR, 13C NMR, DEPT135, COSY, HSQC, HMBC – must be presented in a fid file format, in addition to a proposed structure in ChemDraw format. Similarly, fid files are also required if the client does not have a structure proposal.

The service works great for students or practicing scientists who’ve found a new chemical structure and need validation from an expert in a similar field.

Seeking confirmation of a new compound structure isn’t always an easy or accurate task. Our services ensure clients can rest assured with conclusive feedback from credible professionals.

Clients can also receive definitive answers to compound structures which exist already. This is helpful as many existing structures contain added particles which are often misreported.

If a client provides a proposed structure, then structural confirmation will be handed over to clients in the form of ChemDraw or PDF.

Alternatively, if a client does not provide a structure, then we can work together with the client to create substructures. Once the client approves the substructures, our team and the client, will work together to deliver the final structure confirmation.

We accept all types of organic molecules, with or without heteroatoms such as nitrogen, oxygen, sulphur, chlorine, bromine etc. We do not expect inorganic compounds.