For the simulation and modelling of reaction kineticsRead more »
For the analysis of Redox titration measurementsRead more »
Global analysis for manual or automated equilbrium titration measurements. Allows the determination of all equilibrium or formation constants in the underlying mechanism.Read more »
Global analysis for kinetic measurements. Allows the determination of all rate and equilibrium constants in the underlying mechanism.Read more »
The ReactLab Bundle includes both ReactLab EQULIBRIA and ReactLab KINETICS together at a specially discounted price.Read more »
Flexible network licensing options allow ReactLab programs to be deployed over many computers allowing a specified number of users to run the program at any one time.Read more »
Jplus Consulting was formed in 2009 by Dr Peter King and Professor Marcel Maeder to develop and commercialise novel global data analysis software products for research applications in chemistry and biochemistry.
Peter King Marcel Maeder
Professor Maeder is currently a Professor at the Department of Chemistry, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. A specialist in chemometrics and in particular hard modelling methods, Professor Maeder has developed unique insights and numerical approaches for the global analysis of multivariate spectrophotometric data in order to characterise chemical reaction mechanisms and determine the key reaction parameters. He is co-author of the textbook ‘Practical Data Analysis in Chemistry’ Elsevier 2007.
Dr Peter King has a Ph.D from the University of Bristol, UK specialising in physical biochemistry and reaction kinetics. He moved into industry developing software for analytical instrumentation and collaborated with Professor Maeder for more than 20 years, co-developing global analysis applications to fully exploit the information rich data produced by modern analytical instruments. He has extensive technology commercialisation and R&D management experience in the scientific instrumentation, software development and biotechnology sectors gained in the UK and Australia.