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The BrightSpec Advantage

BrightSpec MRR spectrometers enable the unambiguous ID and quantification of molecules and can determine molecular structure even in cases where mass spec or NMR struggle. Whether as a standalone technique or an easy tool to validate your existing method, consider the BrightSpec advantage:

  • Unambiguous ID
  • Quantification of components in the mixture
  • Rapid – within minutes
  • Low quantity of sample required
  • No matrix interferences: no separation, no chemometrics
  • No standards: references extracted directly from mixture
  • Low cost

MRR Spectrometers

BrightSpec technology brings the power of MRR spectrometry to commercial applications.  BrightSpec offers a complete line of instruments to meet your needs, from broadband identification of unknowns to targeted validation or impurity analysis.   BrightSpec also offers comprehensive lab services utilizing the unique capabilities of MRR.

Take your lab to the next level with BrightSpec!

Just published in Angewandte Chemie:
“A Molecular Detection/Separation System of Singular Specificity”

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BrightSpec works with customers across many industries:

  • Pharma
  • Biotech
  • Oil and Gas
  • Chemical
  • Consumer Products
  • Environmental
  • Academic and Government

We are ready to work with you. Contact us to help you solve your structural elucidation problem:

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Recent News

BrightSpec’s CTO Justin Neill to present at SciX 2019

Palm Springs, CA — BrightSpec is pleased to be presenting at SciX. This year, CTO Justin Neill will be presenting ...

BrightSpec, Inc. Announces Series B Financing

Charlottesville, VA– March 1, 2019–BrightSpec, a life sciences instrumentation company offering fast, precis...

BrightSpec Presentations at Pittcon on MRR Industrial and Pharmaceutical Reaction Monitoring Applications

Charlottesville, VA–February 20, 2019– At the upcoming Pittcon conference in Philadelphia, March 17-21, Brig...

The Analytical Scientist features MRR 

see MRR on the Up https://theanalyticalscientist.com/techniques-tools/mrr-on-the-up Could chiral tagging be the springbo...

BrightSpec at SCIX in Atlanta (video)

ATLANTA– October 23, 2018__Justin Neill, CTO of BrightSpec, describes using MRR for enantiomer, diastereomer and r...

The next phase: Using neural networks to identify gas-phase molecules

DOE/ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY–September 13, 2018–Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE)...