MNova is a powerful software tool for the visualization, processing, and analysis of 1D and 2D NMR data. It is user friendly with extensive online documentation, and is very useful for analyzing multiplets of a complex proton spectrum.  It generates spectral reports that contain information such as the chemical shifts, number of hydrogens, multiplicity, etc. in a format that is compatible with a variety of common chemistry journals.  The line fitting function is also impressive.  With its capability for processing arrayed NMR spectra, you can use Mnova to easily process NMR data associated with reaction kinetics, variable temperature experiments, and nuclear spin relaxation data. The Mnova software can also be used to display 2D spectra, for peak picking and integrating cross-peaks.

To obtain MNova NMR software for processing and analysis, visit and download the MNova NMR software (version 14.2.1 or earlier). Then go to UDeploy to obtain an MNova License File and save it on your computer. Activate the license within the MNova software by browsing to the license file on your computer.

If you have questions about how to use MNova software, please refer to YouTube MNova tutorial: In addition, you may also find the following resources helpful:


You may also use Bruker’s TopSpin software to process your data. The Bruker TopSpin software license is free of charge to academic users. To find out more, please visit the TopSpin Education License page.