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Combinatorial libraries usually provide small amounts of uncharacterized compounds for screening. , by HPLC and mass spectroscopy, the data are of interest for structure–activity purposes. In most companies, these compounds are also present with the ”historical” collection of compounds, generally derived from classical medicinal chemistry programs, most of which have very well defined chemical characteristics. Commercial compound collections can also be purchased that fall between these two extremes.