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ChemDraw helps chemists be more efficient; communicate more clearly; and reach crucial information faster. No wonder over 1 million users (and growing) count on ChemDraw. It’s the chemically intelligent solution for R&D for publishing, presenting and reporting.
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ChemOffice Professional is the most robust, scientifically-intelligent research productivity suite in the world. It builds on the foundations of ChemDraw Professional and adds access to a broad set of powerful scientific tools* to enable scientific research. Look up PubChem Chemical Safety Information from the comfort of ChemDraw. Search across more than 10 M commercially available compounds by structure, or CAS RN with ChemACX Explorer. Document, search and share your research using Signals Notebook Individual Edition, a cutting-edge, cloud-native scientific collaboration platform. Load and process 1D NMR and LC/GC/MS data directly on your desktop with MNova ChemDraw Edition. Get access to, and edit, your ChemDraw files from any device with ChemDraw Cloud. ChemOffice Professional is a full suite of scientific productivity tools helping chemists and biologists alike efficiently perform and keep track of their work.
ChemOffice version 19.1 gives precious time back to researchers, providing them with new ways to make their research stand out in a globally competitive environment, and brings novel features to help chemists conduct research more safely.
New hotkeys and shortcuts! The user-favored features just keep on getting better: Cyclopropyl and cyclobutyl groups are available as atom hotkeys, and a new rotation shortcut is available to quickly adjust molecules. Recent hotkey additions include “Fmoc”, “Boc”, “Cbz”, “MgBr”, “N3” or “COOH” and “NO2” which are now conveniently available in one single key press.
Multiple improvements have been brought to the application, related to overall performance and display of toolbars and menus on very high-resolution monitors.
Safety First! Taking advantage of the recent implementation of the add-in architecture in ChemDraw, ChemOffice users can now select a chemical structure or a chemical name in ChemDraw and retrieve GHS information (pictograms, H and P phrases) coming from the PubChem Laboratory Chemical Safety Sheet (LCSS). H and P phrases from multiple regulatory agency sources can be copied to the clipboard.
ChemDraw Add-ins now support integrations with applications and services that require token-based authentication.
New coloring options! As the market-leading tool for the communication of Chemistry, ChemDraw now offers the unique possibility to add color inside any carbon cycle, thus enabling clearer communication of ideas and concepts by directing the focus of a reader or an audience to a given part of a chemical structure.
Large chemical library enumeration: ChemDraw 19.1 removes the previously existing upper limit to the number of structures generated from a generic structure enumeration. It is now possible to enumerate directly to an SD File, without a limit to the number of molecules contained therein.
SciFindern users are now able to initiate a search in the latest version of SciFindern directly from the canvas in ChemDraw. A proxy option is available for organizations that have their own instance of SciFindern.
New brackets are now available to better serve polymer chemists, allowing them to define Average Molecular Weight values for a chemical structure between brackets for easier stoichiometry calculations.
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Research scientists are challenged to make discoveries faster, consistently document and analyze their work, and easily collaborate. When frequently-used tools are integrated into their workflows, it can save valuable man hours. Read this paper to understand the value of ChemDraw embedded in an electronic lab notebook. See how much time you can save.