Five years ago Chris English showed in his blog post “I Can’t Drive 55” — The Pure Power of EZGC all 233 Compounds that were in the Rxi-624Sil Library. While that is a lot, we didn’t want to stop there. This weekend we added over 350 new compounds with various functionalities – e.g. alcohols, aldehydes (first time on EZGC!), amines, esters and more!
Just to show you the power of EZGC, here are few real chromatograms with their modeled counterparts. Let’s start with the hot topic of the day, cannabis terpenes:
The second example is one of the completely new compound sets in the EZGC library – aldehydes:
And last (but not least) the EPA 8260 method:
This huge update was made possible in collaboration with Becca Stevens, Amanda Rigdon, and Megan Burger.