Our user community pushes iChemExplorer into new areas: Reaction Screening, Flow Chemistry, Chiral Resolution, Crystallization, Forced Degradation, Excipient Compatibility, Molecule Property Assessment … Reaction Analytics is always on the hunt for new applications. No matter how trivial your pursuit, let us know and we will help.

Publications and Presentations

Application Notes and Examples

User Guide

A little help goes a long way.  Take a look at the topics covered below. Let us know what you need at We will do our best to help you in utilizing and maximizing the benefits of iChemExplorer.

Software Upgrade and Download

Reaction Analytics Inc. now releases iChemExplorer Version 10 Control and Reporter software to support your experiments with the following new features:

  • Visual user interface to set up sampling and coordinate temperature control
  • User Tool to set up  a standard application protocol such as solubilty, stability and Design Of Experiments (DOE)
  • New Reporter software is available separate from Control software to analyze and visualize data in real time or off-line on your desktop. It helps to present data for specific applications and publish reports for distribution and retention.
  • In addition, an Off-line License of iChemExplorer software is available to analyze and present HPLC and mass spec data from your desktop PC.

We continue to maintain and support a legacy version of iChemExplorer control software as version 9.12.1 that is the final version of the previous generation. We encourage our customers to upgrade to new version 10 for continuity and improvement in performance. Please contact us for upgrade and we are happy to help.

For our potential customers, you are welcome to request a trial license from the Contact Page to evaluate iChemExplorer for your work. Download actual data of Caffeine Solubility in Ethanol at Different Temperatures or Forced Degradation of Famotidine in Aqueous Media to demonstrate the capabilities of iChemExplorer software. The data includes over four hundred chromatograms all acquired in a single iChemexplorer system run.